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As our excellent guide on the (sadly retired) Olde Norwich Tour pointed out,
Elm Hill is very similar to the Shambles in York; the only difference being that the Shambles
is normally heaving with people whereas Elm Hill is virtually deserted.
When I got home, what I found most extraordinary, as a photographer, was the fact that I had taken half a dozen photographs of what appeared to be completely different streets,
all in Elm Hill, all within about 100 metres of each other.
Itʼs sad that we seem to have lost the art of making intimate human-scale urban environments that came so naturally to the Tudors.