Beach

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Archaeological dig on Happisburgh Beach, 11 July 2011

These photographs were taken on 2011-7-11 on Happisburgh Beach. The excavator in the image is digging a trench for a Dutch archaelogical team. The machine is a Komatsu PC 130 is owned by Renosteel of North Walsham.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Cutting Edge

Using powdered chalk along 100m of Happisburgh beach, a giant image of scissors cutting along a dotted line emphasizes the struggle between the North Sea and this coastline, and the attempts by man to control and define these changes.

'Splinter' are: Liz McGowan, Jessica Perry Bill Smith Antonia Soto; four artists working outdoors, exploring ways of combining the actions of fire, water, earth and air. Creating sculptures that exist briefly as live events and are recorded permanently as digital photographs

Worked flint from Happisburgh

Hard hammer flake with retouch, showing pronounced point of percussion on plain butt (Find number: HSB 2007.3).

Early Pleistocene Coastline (900,000 years ago)

A reconstruction of the geography of Britain during the period of human occupation at Happisburgh 800,000 years ago.

Happisburgh on Thames

Artwork showing a scene of early humans at Happisburgh in Norfolk, UK, 800,000 years ago.