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I kept my walk short on Boxing Day (only 4 miles). Here are photos from the first half. I took loads of photos of the sunrise over the sea, but surely you’ve seen enough of these The ebbing tide left plenty … Continue reading
Caught this immature gull looking quite quizzical on the frozen boating pond on Gorleston seafront. Definitely In The Cold A new year, a new list of titles for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia.
In 2020 I posted 52 photos for Maria’s #2020picoftheweek challenge (for all 52 photos see HERE). For this post, I’ve selected one from each month, my favourites though the choice wasn’t easy. Plot, for in March I was to publish … Continue reading
Prison. What a great way to end 2020. And why? “Ms Carpory, you are charged with the irretrievable destruction of twenty cubic meters of the Universe. THIS Universe. OUR Universe.” But it wasn’t intentional, I didn’t know. No one said … Continue reading
Welcome to my weekly challenge—open to all—just for FUN, FUN, FUN Here’s how it works: Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one above.) You respond with something CREATIVE Here are some suggestions: An answering photo A … Continue reading
So there I was, walking the surf line, Great Yarmouth to Hemsby, eyes down and in the raking light of the newly risen sun… See you in the New Year. I’m voting for a good one. What about you?
Mailak slumped, legs slung over the precipice, swinging them idly. Mailak wasn’t happy. “I forbid you,” her father had said. “And I refuse your prohibition. I’m not a child. I’ve left you once already, you didn’t stop me then.” “No, … Continue reading
December 17th. Early. We arrive at the prom just after 07:00 am. Sunrise will be 08:00 am. At first, it looks like we won’t see much as a thick sea mist begins to rise Britannia Pier in the early light … Continue reading
Breydon Water sits on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk. And as of today, these two counties are in Lockdown. Again. Not alone, but with the rest of East Anglia. So this is likely to become my photographic home for … Continue reading