Sunday Picture Post: Greenways and Wet-Ways

Jump aboard the bus, we’re going to Brooke, a small village south of Norwich, from where we’re walking back to Poringland, a one-time village now dormitory of Norwich. Oh, and put on your wellies. It’s not raining, but that’s the first time in several days.

The way is signed, but the sign of smothered in foliage: 7 July 2021
A sign of the times? 7 July 2021
This was the least of the puddles: 7 July 2021
Puddles there might have been but the way was green: 7 July 2021
Planks allow the walker to cross the ditches: 7 July 2021
Though I think this little fella had other ideas: 7 July 2021
A little bit of road… no passing please: 7 July 2021
Harvesting parsley: 7 July 2021
The sky tries to brighten: 7 July 2021
Maybe the sky is reflecting the brightness of grain?: 7 July 2021
Stoke Holy Cross radio mast, erected during WWII on the second highest point fin Norfolk: 7 July 2021
Not one radio mast, but two: 7 July 2021

And the sky has clouded again. Never mind, we’re very close to the bus stop now, time to go home.

See Tuesday Treat for Flowers & Flutters seen on this walk. Hope you enjoyed

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19 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Greenways and Wet-Ways

  1. Sadje says:

    Very nice photos.

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  2. Some very beautiful photos there.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Tien Skye says:

    The carriage lookalike is very interesting. I wonder what is that. And the barren tree photo is hypnotic. Very beautiful

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Gorgeous photos, thanks for sharing

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Dale says:

    Always a lovely meander with you!

    Liked by 1 person

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