Sunday Picture Post: Rising from the Yare

Thursday 27th January, we hop on a bus… and hop off again on the outskirts of Norwich. We’re going to walk the Yare Valley and catch a bus back up at Hellington. Eight and a half miles. I’ve broken this into 2 posts by necessity. We were due to walk on Monday but winds of 50 mph plus are forecast, and I’ve sprained my ankle. No matter. Enjoy.

A heron is there to greet us…

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Whitlingham Broad… the day started overcast…

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The broad meets Yare…

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The climber Traveller’s Joy (Clematis vitalba) was rampant last year. The seed heads remain…

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And in places make for a magical scene…

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Winter woods… in 50 shades of grey

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Norwich Southern Bypass cuts our path, but there’s a way… if the angry hornet will let us pass

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And out the other side there’s a farm… notice, the clouds are thinning. Might there be sun?

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Climbing out of the valley and looking back to see a clear sky…

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And forward to see there is not…

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So we keep on climbing and… wow!

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But, to the south (to our right)…

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That too is destined to clear…

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Looking back before we begin the next half…

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As usual, deciding which photos to use can be difficult, so I hope you’ve enjoyed those I selected. Winter is still with us but there are days when it loosens its grip, as you’ll see on Tuesday Treat

About crispina kemp

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14 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Rising from the Yare

  1. Sadje says:

    Awesome pictures Crispina. You’ve given me a true taste of English winters

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  2. Frank says:

    Wonderful work as usual Crispina

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  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    The changes in the clouds were amazing. They really add atmosphere to your photos

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  4. Dale says:

    I love how looking one way is bright and beautiful and looking the other is dark and brooding. Always lovely pics, my friend.

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