On the outskirts of Norwich a lake was formed when aggregates were excavated for the building of the Norwich Southern Bypass. Adjacent to the lake are the tree-clothed flanks of former quarries. It is quite a delightful place whether you want to sail, run, walk or scramble up those hills.
30th September, a misty morning
When dew-sparkled cobwebs line the paths
The mist is so dense, we can’t see the lake
But by the time we reach the river (beyond the lake) that mist is clearing
River Yare, part of the Norfolk Broads complex
We turn then to the wooded hills, to walk our way back
So glad of the steps. Here the soil is eroding and some of those steps are rather steep
And we’re back down to the lake…which we now can see!
It’s a beautiful walk, a beautiful day, and I return home with a camera full of photos…which is why I posted fungi yesterday, and tomorrow I’ll post flora, and Tuesday, for a treat, water birds
Hope you enjoy them all