Portrait of Cromer's hero - Henry Blogg, coxswain of the town's lifeboat from 1909 to 1947.
This plaster relief mural is by local artist John Moray-Smith... it was formerly to be seen in the Ship Hotel, Cromer, but is now on show in the museum there.
Decorative detail - Plantation Garden
One from the archive....
... taken during a glorious sunset, some time around the turn of the Millennium, before the Eye's construction had been completed
Copied from 35mm slide film
Sunshine through stained glass - Cromer
... of times when grey isn't the only colour!
The grand entrance to Surrey House - historic home of the Aviva (formerly Norwich Union) insurance company - a spectacular piece of Edwardian architecture, designed by George Skipper.
He'd been commissioned by the directors of The Norwich Union Life Insurance Society - who wanted a 'splendid yet functional office space' that incorporated Greek influences and the themes of insurance, protection and wellbeing, so as to reassure policyholders of the company's strength and prosperity.
The building also has a commanding Palladian exterior and an interior adorned with 15 varieties of marble, classically inspired frescos and a stunning glass atrium - as well as unusual items such as an 'air fountain' and a chiming skeleton clock made for the Great Exhibition of 1851.
For more about the recent integration of the Marble Hall into the new HQ offices, try having a look at:
One of the 2014 'Heritage Open Day' events, a tour of Norwich Masonic Club's premises in St Giles
Looking out, through a pub window