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Colourful Cromer: Every shade in the rainbow

Colour photographs of Cromer. Photographs: Submitted/Various.

Colour photographs of Cromer. Photographs: Submitted/Various.

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For those of us who are lucky enough to live and work in Cromer, we know that the town has every beautiful shade under the sun.

RED: Umberellas for International Women's Day. Picture: Lisa Bass.RED: Umberellas for International Women's Day. Picture: Lisa Bass.

But for those who can only join us in the holidays, you may not have seen the full spectrum of Cromer’s beauty.

So we’ve pulled together some of our favourite pictures to prove that colourful Cromer literally has every colour under the sun.

ORANGE: Sunrises over Cromer. Picture: Peter CheneyORANGE: Sunrises over Cromer. Picture: Peter Cheney

ORANGE: Bright over Cromer. Picture: Deb Herbert.ORANGE: Bright over Cromer. Picture: Deb Herbert.

YELLOW: Boats out to sea. Picture: Peter CheneyYELLOW: Boats out to sea. Picture: Peter Cheney

PINK: Pink skies over a peaceful Cromer. Picture: Carlos Ramos.PINK: Pink skies over a peaceful Cromer. Picture: Carlos Ramos.

PURPLE: Fireworks spectacular at Cromer Pier. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.PURPLE: Fireworks spectacular at Cromer Pier. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.

PURPLE: Sunsets over Cromer. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.PURPLE: Sunsets over Cromer. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.

LILAC: Reflections at Blickling. Picture: Sue Bignell.LILAC: Reflections at Blickling. Picture: Sue Bignell.

PURPLE: Tractors at the end of the day. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.PURPLE: Tractors at the end of the day. Picture: Brad Damms Photography.

BLUE: Cromer Pier in the evening. Picture: Jacob Thornberry.BLUE: Cromer Pier in the evening. Picture: Jacob Thornberry.

BLUE : Cromer Pier at night. Picture: Peter CheneyBLUE : Cromer Pier at night. Picture: Peter Cheney

BLUE: Skies over sunny Cromer. Picture: Jon Williamson.BLUE: Skies over sunny Cromer. Picture: Jon Williamson.

INDIGO: Night falls in Cromer. Picture: Peter CheneyINDIGO: Night falls in Cromer. Picture: Peter Cheney

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