Birds, Boats & Buds

June 11th, with the temperature rising, we decide to take a bus to the North Norfolk Coast. Cos there it’ll be cooler. Right? Mmm. When we arrive the tide is high. So we walk the prom and take in the sights.

Gull: 11th June 2021
Not a Rock Dove, despite it’s standing on a rock. It’s a Collared Dove: 11th June 2021
A true Action Shot: 11th June 2021
11th June 2021
One self-opinionated Cormorant: 11th June 2021
Sheringham is a fishing town, adhering to traditional ways: 11th June 2021
11th June 2021
Check out the perspective on this (repays close study): 11th June 2021
Unlike my hometown where all is flat, North Norfolk coast has cliffs: 11th June 2021
and a flint-cobbled beach: 11th June 2021
Thrift carpets the cliffs: 11th June 2021
11th June 2021
Sea Campion, too, grow on the cliffs: 11th June 2021
And sea aster: 11th June 2021
11th June 2021

That’s all for now, folks. Hope you enjoyed our day out!

About crispina kemp

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13 Responses to Birds, Boats & Buds

  1. Beautiful photos, Crispina. One of those pebbles on the beach look like it has a smiling face on it 😊

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  2. Tien Skye says:

    I love the beach photo of the black gull (?) and white gull (4th) photo and the floral cliff! Beautiful contrast in these two shots

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  3. Judy says:

    I especially love the boats and the oceanic bird perches!! Great series!

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