Sunday Picture Post: Swardeston

June 1st. Summer is here. Two buses to get from Gt Yarmouth to Swardeston, but it’s worth it. We haven’t walked here since 2018. It’s almost like breaking new territory. And the sun shines on us while a gentle breeze cools us. (all images 1st June 2021)

A glimpse of a cottage lets us know the nature of the terrain

Anyone for cricket? This is the upper part of Swardeston Common

Reflections on the village pond

The “Lower” Common

And after breakfast… rest awhile (the water-meadow)

Hugging the meadows… arable fields where canola glows

Willow of course, this is riverside property. But what’s this? Mistletoe, too

We’re leaving the water meadow (where walking isn’t easy, so ridged and pitted by hooved foots)

Glimpsed before, now we walk alongside it

Everywhere are ponds and puddles and streams

Catbridge Lane. This seems a good place to stop for now. We’ll continue the walk next Sunday. See ouyou then

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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20 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Swardeston

  1. I enjoyed the virtual tour, Crispina πŸ˜ƒ

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  2. Sadje says:

    Love these green scenes. A very happy birthday to you. Sorry I’m a few days late.

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  3. Dale says:

    That looks like my kind of place to walk! Lovely, Crispina!

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  4. That cottage looks idyllic, not to mention the paths around it.

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  5. Judy says:

    I wish I felt as much peace as these images have. I think they are all lovely. I especially like the cottage you feature on the banner.

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  6. What a lovely walk. That reflection shot is perfection, so very lovely. πŸ™‚

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