Sunday Picture Post: Marshland Walk

10th August, we hop on the bus… and get off at the next stop: Acle, the far side of the grazing marshes. We’re walking from Acle to Halvergate via Tunstall. These photos record the first stage… to Tunstall. Waterproof boots required. Ready? Let’s go.

We enter Damgate Carr: 10 Aug 2021

Snails love this wet environment: 10 Aug 2021

10 Aug 2021

making out on the hemlock: 10 Aug 2021

Damgate Carr,, a wet woodland… 10 Aug 2021

10 Aug 2021

Out of the Carr, the path edges the marsh: 10 Aug 2021

This is willow country! 10 Aug 2021

10 Aug 2021

So grateful for whoever keeps the reeds and grass cut back: 10 Aug 2021

10 Aug 2021

Delighted to see the water plants in the drains: 10 Aug 2021

Acle marsh is grazed by cattle: 10 Aug 2021

Cud-chewing, yummy: 10 Aug 2021

At the edge of the marsh: 10 Aug 2021

Along narrow lanes we arrive at Tunstall church

Here we’re taking a break. We’ll continue the walk next week. Hope you’ve enjoyed. Sorry about the insect bites!

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11 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Marshland Walk

  1. What wonderful shades of green!!

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  2. Sadje says:

    Beautiful, lush green countryside. Thanks for sharing these photos

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  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Not a snail fan, but I loved the bovines 😄

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  4. Judy says:

    All so beautifully verdant and earthy! I find myself really liking the second to last image at the edge with the composition of that fencing.

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