Sunday Picture Post: Morning Mist on the Marshes

We haven’t managed a proper hike again this week. But that’s okay cos there are photos left from 22nd April 2022. Hope you enjoy…all this mist might help cool us on these hot summer days

18th April 2022

Early morning in spring, the birds are visible and vocal

18th April 2022

Some I capture easier/better than others

18th April 2022

But I don’t give up

18th April 2022

And I’m rewarded…

18th April 2022

Turning away from Breydon Water, the mist still lies thick on the common

18th April 2022

18th April 2022

Bejewelling the reeds…

18th April 2022

The rising sun gilds all it touches

18th April 2022

Wide view of the marshes. I’m heading to that ridge

18th April 2022

For a while I rejoin the path beside Breydon Water

18th April 2022

And receive a wonderful surprise…bluebells are not native to this environment!

18th April 2022

Turning now to cross the marshes, back to civilisation…the mist is lifting

18th April 2022

It’s a private road giving access to the grazing marshes. But me with my feet and my camera do no damage

18th April 2022

And that’s all folks. I’m hoping to have fresh photos for you next week

About crispina kemp

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10 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Morning Mist on the Marshes

  1. Dale says:

    How lovely that you have so many wonderful photos to come back to when you can’t go out. Hope all is well.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sadje says:

    Beautiful shots.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Beautiful photos 😊

    Liked by 1 person

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