Sunday Picture Post: Damgate Carr

28th May, our intent is to walk from Acle to Halvergate, and back. The gives us varied scenery. We begin at Damgate Carr, a wet woodland, and the day is overcast.

Into the woods…

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On a hot day this place becomes like a tropical jungle, but today isn’t hot…

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Just follow the path… and don’t step off (unless you want wet & muddy feet)

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Look up  there, honeysuckle is everywhere

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The snails love it, here embracing a stinging nettle…

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And fungi appear when least expected…

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Guelder Rose mingle with Honeysuckle, such profusion…

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A drain runs through here. Perspective creates illusions; this waterway is too wide to leap!

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White Currants and Yellow Flags, typical wet woodland vegetation…

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The Yellow Flag catches a sudden burst of sunlight!

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More fungi, more snails…

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Coming to the end of the woodland, the drain that runs through it now joins with the Fleet which carries the marshland water

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Time to sit down and reflect…

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In the company of ducks…

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From here we’ll join Weavers Way and cross Acle grazing marshes to veer off then to the village of Halvergate. Hope you’ll come along too

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16 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Damgate Carr

  1. granny1947 says:

    Wow.
    You have some marvelous scenery.

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  2. Nope, Not Pam says:

    What a gorgeous track, and with fungi. You struck the jackpot

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  3. Dale says:

    Everything is so lush and green and I can smell the honeysuckle from here! (Funny, because I changed my Facebook header with honeysuckle, just today)

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  4. Lakshmi Bhat says:

    A lovely walk. Thank you for taking me along.

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  5. Chel Owens says:

    You weren’t joking about seeing fungi everywhere. We are not so green so I think that’s why I never see it.

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  6. Yesterday I say some on my lawn!

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