Sunday Picture Post: From Sunrise to Showers

October 22nd: The bus delivered me to the Ravine at Lowestoft just in time for me to hasten down to the prom… for this

Sunrise at Britain’s most eastern point: 22nd Oct 2020

I thought it a clear sky, apart from that cloud on the horizon. Until I turned to walk on. The wind was blowing the clouds from inland

Gunton Cliffs: 22nd Oct 2020

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The sun was painting everything red, and in a clear sky, I couldn’t look her way

Gunton Warren, dunes: 22nd Oct 2020

Red bracken? Red? Hmmm.

Gunton Warren: 22nd Oct 2020

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She added gold to the shining leaves…

22nd Oct 2020

And like Lot’s wife, I dared to look back…

22nd Oct 2020

… before making my way through the holm oaks to the cliff top

22nd Oct 2020

A few of the fungi I met on the way. They didn’t give me their names, and I didn’t ask…

22nd Oct 2020

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22nd Oct 2020

From Gunton Warren, I crossed into Corton Woods…

22nd Oct 2020

For those who inevitably ask, that green on the water is pondweed. And a seat is offered, but I walked on…

22nd Oct 2020

It’s never easy to photograph woodland trees, but here’s one…

22nd Oct 2020

And a few of the woodland fungi…

22nd Oct 2020

Burgundydrop Bonnets: 22nd Oct 2020

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Probably a Black Milking Bonnet: 22nd Oct 2020

This intriguing fungi-sculpture looks like it should be in a Japanese garden

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And just as I was leaving the woodland to return to the cliffs, a stinkhorn

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Corton beach is a casualty of storms this past decade. This particular stretch has no public access. And the weather is changing: rain brought in on those clouds

Corton beach: 22nd Oct 2020

Atop the cliff, the wind is strong (30mph), but I wanted a photo of this foliage…

22nd Oct 2020

Look! The North Sea is blue. But… but… but… yes, it is so. Or it was this day.

Looking northward to Great Yarmouth. I’m almost home. But first I must negotiate Hopton, another beach that’s gone missing except at low tide.

Hopton, Gt Yarmouth lies beyond it: 22nd Oct 2020

I made it to the bus before the clouds emptied upon the land. A good morning’s walk (8-10 miles). Hope you enjoyed the sights

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34 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: From Sunrise to Showers

  1. Sadje says:

    Amazing photos Crispina. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Dale says:

    Always a delight to join you on your walks. That sunrise turning everything to gold… Amazing.

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  3. Ramya Vivek says:

    Your pictures are ‘Wow!’👌👌👌

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  4. Ramya Vivek says:

    And we really enjoy looking at those pictures ❤

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  5. Gorgeous array of photos, Crispina!

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  6. Fabulous Crispina. The colours are magnificent and your fruitful fungi hunting is still working!

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  7. A lot of piers on that coast

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