Sunday Picture Post: In the Early Morning

9th December, temperature isn’t sub-zero but the wind is keen. You might like to wear thermals. No bus to catch, we’re walking out of town. Which means we catch the sun rise.

The confluence of Bure and Yare, and the town in darkness beyond

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Breydon Bridge… it has become iconic

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And Breydon Water lies ahead

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And behind us…

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It’s called the golden hour for a reason. BTW that’s a puddled path, it’s not a stream

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Breydon’s grazing marshes…

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For a while now this is our route

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Birds are everywhere but too distant for me to get good focus, even with zoom (they keep moving!)

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One of the farms along the way

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There is a road across the marsh, private but locals walk it. Here the weather’s turned

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For me, this is iconic of our grazing marshes

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We arrive at the Queen’s Head (pub) Burgh Castle. We’re going to head up to the Roman fort where the views are amazing…

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I don’t know if I’ll get a walk in next week so I’m holding the rest of the photos in case. Hope you enjoyed

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8 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: In the Early Morning

  1. Always love to see the world from your point of view!

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  2. Sadje says:

    Lovely pictures! Thanks for sharing Crispina

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  3. Frank says:

    Wonderful pictures! I enjoyed them all!

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    What stunning photos, I love rural settings, they make me feel at home. Thanks so much for sharing πŸ™‚

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