Sunday Picture Post: Last of November Walks (Part 2)

22nd November now seems so long ago, but let’s refresh memories. A bus across the grazing marshes take us to Acle where we squelch through Damgate Carr (carr = wet woodland) and over the pastures to join with a dry-ish road (yay!) to Tunstall.

Now to continue. We’re walking on an ancient shore, for where now is marsh used to be the mudflats of a wide estuary

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This farmstead sits like an island in a sea

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And into Halvergate

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Looking out to the marshland. That once was sea.

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There’s now so few inhabitants in Tunstall, its parish has been combined with Halvergate

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At Halvergate church I found mention of present-day relatives of the lady who married my several-times great-grandfather in the late C18th

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Time to turn around and return to Acle…

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Wide skies and fantastical cloudscapes has attracted many artists here

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And back to the pastures where we walk alongside the Fleet

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And back through Damgate Carr where I stop for a moment… unable to resist interesting reflections

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That’s all folks for now.

I have managed to dodge the rain and evade the winds to get out for a hike this week… so I have fresh photos for next Sunday’s Picture Post.

Hope you enjoyed.

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18 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Last of November Walks (Part 2)

  1. Sadje says:

    The scenes are picture-book perfect.

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  2. Frank says:

    Wonderful pictures, so nice to see some green, and info about your ancestor, lovely

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  3. Oh, I could tell you so much about my ancestors! Glad you enjoyed the pictures

    Like

  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    I can see why those clouds inspire artists. They look like horses galloping free and wild

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  5. Dale says:

    Always wonderful to walk along with you! So much colour next to the dreary that is here.

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