Braving the Bure

Lockdown ‘relaxed’ I ventured further than I had before… but still avoiding public transport

River Bure as it heads into Great Yarmouth: 18th May 2020

Great Yarmouth forms the nexus for the Broads’ rivers (Waveney, Yare and Bure). This time of year, this stretch of river is usually busy. But not a pleasure cruiser in sight.

Step by Step, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

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38 Responses to Braving the Bure

  1. Dale says:

    How blissfully quiet it must be.
    Lovely shot – it draws the eye.

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  2. Love the angle on this photo! Glad you’re able to get out. Looks very peaceful 🙂

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  3. Jen Goldie says:

    Nice! I’m jealous! I wish I was there! 😏😊
    Thank you for sharing 💜

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  4. I’ll bet it was lovely and peaceful!

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  5. It’s lovely without all the boats – lovely enough that I understand people seeking the ride on an ordinary day!

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    • See Sunday’s photos, Top of the Tide. This is usually cruiser-boat central, being the meeting of the three Broads’ rivers. Now, total tranquility (though that was helped by the state of the tide and lack of wind)

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