Sunday Picture Post: The Misty Morn

Hi, fellow walkers. Don your boots (make sure they’re waterproof), for today we’re to walk through the mist.

The walk starts here, at Haven Bridge 6:25 am, the sun yet to rise, the mist just beginning to form

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The bus takes us to Lowestoft where we catch a bus out to Kessingland. We’ve missed the sunrise, yet it lingers on the mist

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Gisleham: A chilly start to the walk

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We’re to follow the Hundred Stream across the meadows where the mist is thickest

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A postbox lends colour to a landscape paled out

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Heading to Rushmere the sun breaks through

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And across the meadows to Mutford

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So many photos taken here; which ones to share?

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These trees begged a photograph… back-to-back

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Wet misty meadows

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And finally onto higher land where Old Mutford Hall hides behind a muddle of roofs

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Heading into the village, fat-faced lambs graze in a field near the road. This is a breed unfamiliar to me. They look so cuddly

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I love signage. But what’s this: The footpath to heaven?

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The oaks hold out a golden welcome as we head towards Mutford Wood

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The footpath passes through someone’s garden… where strange creatures lurk in wait

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And into the woods

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Thereafter a long bridleway takes us to a bus stop and the bus ride home

Bye-bye trees. Till next time

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Hope you enjoyed the walk. No flowers along the way? Oh yes, but I’m saving them for Tuesday

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16 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: The Misty Morn

  1. A wonderful walk – so thanks for sharing your time in the mist. The green still pops in the off-season. Love the trees!

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  2. Sadje says:

    The lambs are adorable. Beautiful photos Crispina. Love your new DP.

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  3. Deborah says:

    I’m not able to make it out in nature so thank you for taking me on this walk with you Crispina! πŸ™‚ ❀

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    • You always welcome.
      Over the past year I@ve become increasingly aware that it’s not just my daughter and me on our walks, but you, my blog followers, and also a fair few on Twitter too. It’s an honour to take you along with me.

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  4. Dale says:

    Gorgeous, Crispina! These really are beautiful picture posts!

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  5. I love the mist and these are very atmospheric photos.

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  6. The back to back trees were fantastic – a rare find.

    And the postbox! So vivid. Are they all like that, or just the one?

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  7. Joy Pixley says:

    Gorgeous, thank you so much for sharing! I especially loved the muted colors in the misty morning, so beautiful. And those two trees really do look like they’re standing back to back! I have been stuck inside for so long, and even when I go out it’s all city streets. So it’s lovely to have a vicarious walk out in nature.

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    • Always happy to provide. But this week, no walk (I still have one in stock). I’m into Norwich to see my father. Haven’t seen him for a year. Couldn’t even go to him for his 100th birthday! But tomorow… y yay!

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