Sunday Picture Post: Marshland Skies

It had not been my intention to keep my eyes on the sky. But the sky god gave me such wonderful vistas…

Tuesday 4th August. It was a pleasantly warm day.

Early sun trapped by the willow: 4th August 2020

The first meadow… not yet on the marshes

An interesting cloud formation: 4th August 2020

Burgh Castle’s grazing marshes. I believe if you squint you might see some horses

Ripe corn in the field beyond: 4th August 2020

Wow! 4th August 2020

This is a progression of the earlier cloud

Ahead Roman ruins: 4th August 2020

And that wonderful cloud gives way to cottonwool balls

More of them clouds: 4th August 2020

Looking back over Breydon Water

The wind gets up: 4th August 2020

The confluence of the rivers Yare and Waveney, it’s always windy here. And the famous Berney Arms Windmill

Roman fort at Burgh Castle: 4th August 2020

Two of the bastions. The perimeter wall is extant except where it faces the river.

at Burgh Castle Fishermans Inn: 4th August 2020

Watching the river traffic while enjoying a coffee. Two miles left to catch the bus home.

I hope you enjoyed these vistas. Next week I shall post the flowers I saw on the way.

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22 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Marshland Skies

  1. Beautiful views, Crispina. Looking forward to seeing the flowers 😊

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  2. Dale says:

    Such gorgeous shots, my friend.
    Thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. Beautiful big skies Crispina!

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  4. Joy Pixley says:

    Wonderful gifts from the sky god, those interesting cloud formations! Nice eye, getting that first shot with the sun “trapped” in the tree.

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  5. I always loved the marshlands close to the sea. I hope you don’t have the mosquitoes/flies problems we do.

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  6. davezart says:

    I do enjoy your posts. Whether it be photos of a stroll, or flowers, or prompts. They soothe the soul. They make me pause from my work. Tonight peace overflowed from them as I haven’t read anything except University emails for a few days. It was good to sigh.

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  7. The lot of these are beautiful – I think I’d like to see that place in real life.

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