Tuesday Treat: Details

A few of the smaller things seen on my walk last week
(Acle to South Walsham via Upton)

Remember the mistletoe tree? Not an easy shot, but…

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And the fairies’ garden, where the rowan leaves offered early colours

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Alder hung with catkins and cones

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8th March 2021

8th March 2021

We met some animals along the way

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8th March 2021

Our path took us around the perimeter of Upton Fen where the channels sprout fresh green

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and the hazel catkins blow in the wind

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and fungi are never far away

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and daffs grow on the banks

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To arrive at South Walsham Broad where the Egyptian goose is a common sight

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Flowers seen along the way…

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8th March 2021

8th March 2021

That’s all folks… no Tuesday Treat next week, not sure I’ll get out for a walk
(my father’s funeral, you understand)

About crispina kemp

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15 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Details

  1. Sadje says:

    Beautiful pictures.

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  2. Paula Light says:

    Sorry about your father 😒

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  3. Dale says:

    Beautiful images as per. That Egyptian goose! (the colouring on the wings makes me think of a mallard) What an amazing creature!

    Sending love your way for Saturday.

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  4. Lots of simple pleasures Crispina. I’m sorry for the loss of your father.

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