Sunday Picture Post: Wensum, Town, and Tud

7th February, we hop on a bus to Norwich. Although Norwich is Norfolk’s County Town, it’s actually a city (it has a cathedral)

City Hall: 7th February 2022

Norwich has some fine old buildings…

Guildhall: 7th February 2022

St Peter Mancroft: 7th February 2022

But much as I love this city, our destination is Costessey on the River Tud… which is more of a stream… we’re walking there along Marriotts Way

7th February 2022

7th February 2022

On the Wensum… swans, always…

7th February 2022

Alongside it, meadows that this time of year are frequently flooded

7th February 2022

The Tud is a tributary of the Wensum…

7th February 2022

I grew up here so I admit I am biased. Yet the Tud is [quote] “And outstanding example of a chalkland river”

7th February 2022

At a season when there’s little else to delight the eye, I’m happy to go click-mad here

7th February 2022

7th February 2022

7th February 2022

For years I’ve told myself, “One day I’m going to explore the place where this river rises.” One day I might, but for now this is where we leave the Tud. We’re heading now to Costessey Woods… but those photos must wait till next week

Hope you enjoyed

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16 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Wensum, Town, and Tud

  1. Chel Owens says:

    Oh! I love it. This is beautiful.

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  2. Sadje says:

    Very scenic outing. Beautiful pictures

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  3. Dale says:

    Crispina. Your love of the area shines through on your beautiful photographs.

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  4. What a lovely hike. Great shots.

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  5. Nope, Not Pam says:

    What gorgeous scenery. You’ve no need to travel further, paradise abounds

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