Sunday Picture Post: On a Frosty Misty Morning

3rd November, we’re heading to Fritton Woods, also called Waveney Forest. This is heathland that in 1950s was put to pine plantation but has now been drastically thinned. So, thermals on, let’s go…

The river is steaming, the water so much warmer than the air above it

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A bus ride later… I expect to see a unicorn appear

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Yes, deep frost… but only where the sun don’t shine

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The sun warms the air and the land and makes everything look shiny new

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The mist clears and leaves us with a vivid blue sky

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Into the woods where the mist is lingering

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A sunny glade, but don’t walk here

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Grazing marshes edge the heath to the south and west.

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This farmhouse is beyond the marsh, on the far side of River Waveney. It makes my think of Constable (the painter)

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The remaining pines… I wonder if they’re pining for their lost siblings

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And because I like deciduous trees… truly a silver birch

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And left to last, a wonderful surprise. But can you see it?

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That’s all folks. Though of course we did encounter LOADSAFUNGI along the way. I’ll show you those on Tuesday

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15 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: On a Frosty Misty Morning

  1. Sadje says:

    Beautiful pictures. What is that creature hiding?

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  2. Judy says:

    What a beautiful series of images!! All in one hike!! Amazing. You do live in a beautiful area.Thank you for taking us along!

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  3. Frank says:

    Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing them!

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  4. Always my pleasure, Frank. As I believe I’ve said before 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  5. Dale says:

    You changed your header picture!
    And what another beautiful walk. Where did the unicorn go? (I can see why you would expect one right there).
    Gorgeous shots.
    That deer – I had to zoom the picture to capture his face. Beauty!

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    • No. It changes with the post. That’s all. I was so delighted. The number of times we’ve seen deer and the hands refuse to life the camera, stunned into gawping inactivity. But this time I did it. Yay! It’s my 5th deer photo, and the best

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      • Dale says:

        Weird. I usually notice that!
        I feel you. I’ve been lucky as in my neck of the woods there are a few parks where they are abundant. Every now and again, one turns out not blurry!!

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  6. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Wonderful photos as always. Love the deer, looks like it’s keeping an eye on you 🙂

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  7. I have clipped several rumps as they disappear into the trees. And I did have one that stood & stared, but at such a distance, and at the time I was only using the old Nokia phone-camera (6mpx)

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