John Worrall is a freelance writer and photographer who lives in Norfolk and works throughout East Anglia and occasionally further afield. He produces illustrated features for a wide range of publications on a wide range of subjects although heritage, environmental and craft topics figure prominently.
His first book, East Anglia in Colour (lan Allan/Dial House 1996), was reprinted three times and his second, East Anglia Through The Seasons, from the same publisher, appeared in 2002. His third, North Norfolk − The Heritage Coast, was published in October 2004. His photolibrary, Anglian Images, has extensive coverage of the region, a selection from which can be viewed by searching under his name on www.alamy.com.
His latest book, Travelling for Beginners – to Kathmandu in ’72, an account of a minibus trip along the Hippie Trail, is published as an e-book on amazon.co.uk and amazon.com and is available on Kindle, I-Pad and other e-readers.