Sunday Picture Post: Angles Way

Unable to catch a bus because I couldn’t wear a mask because I’d had an op on my eye, 23rd May saw us walking out of Great Yarmouth to join the long distance track of Angles Way, though we only followed it as far as Burgh Castle. I wore very dark glasses, my eye… sensitive

Swans, a common sight today: 23 May 2021
Nesting amongst the reeds: 23 May 2021
Angles Way keeps to the back of the marshes… and today it is marshy: 23 May 2021
On reaching the village we wonder what the weather might do: 23 May 2021
A private road takes us to the grazing marshes (no sign of the foxgloves we found here last year): 23 May 2021
23 May 2021
Drainage channels at the back of Breydon Wall are full: 23 May 2021
And another swan couple; these have some cygnets but very well hidden: 23 May 2021
Looking back towards Burgh Castle and there’s a hint of woeful weather: 23 May 2021
Maybe that’s a bit more than a hint, but we’re heading home, no sweat: 23 May 2021
We end our walk at Cobholm Common. I’ve taken photos here in all seasons & conditions; this is the greenest we’ve seen it in many a month: 23 May 2021

It was a short walk, about 7 miles, and much of that along Breydon wall. The water was high so no waders to see.

For the flowers met on the way, see Tuesday Treat

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10 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Angles Way

  1. A 7 mile walk is pretty good when recovering from an eye operation – well done ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Sadje says:

    A short walk for me would be about a mile! 7 miles is a pretty long walk! Great pics.

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  3. Dale says:

    Beautiful walk. Thank you for taking us along!

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  4. Ooh, pretty. I got some photos of a swan just today, but I think you got some better close-ups.


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