Tag Archives: #2020picoftheweek

The Fence

What more needs to be said. Clearly, the fence has seen better days! Better Days, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

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The Rosy Blush of Dawn

Up early to walk the 9 miles along Breydon Water from Great Yarmouth to Burgh Castle and back. I wasn’t expecting a notable sunrise and was surprised when I looked back and saw it happening. Meanwhile, in front of me … Continue reading

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And the Father Above Saw the Mother Below

… and desired her In the hour leading up to the sunset, and the half-hour post-sunset I took 310 photos, many of which I have posted on Twitter (Peace Be My Name @ineebrown51). And I have no doubt many more … Continue reading

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In Time for Lunch

It wasn’t that the walk that morning had been long and arduous. It wasn’t that we melted beneath a fierce summer sun. But we had been out since 7:00 am (to catch the bus into Norwich) and walking since 7:40. … Continue reading

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The Path to Upton

This shortcut between villages is an ancient right of way. The farmer wouldn’t dare to remove it. Symmetry, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

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No Padlocks Allowed

Such an odd notice, and a weird place to put it. I had to┬áTake Note, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

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Lit Like the Dutch Masters

Magic Hour, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek No other words needed

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The Madder Market

When first built this medieval hall was the trading centre of the wool industry for this area, hence its name, madder being the dye plant that produces soft reds. Today it houses a Shakespearean style theatre. Incredible, I once saw … Continue reading

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Water Under the Bridge

Transportation, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek The bridge is at St Olave’s on the Waveney River. Part of the Broads area, the river forms the border between counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. I liked the double-take, of both … Continue reading

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Hey, Wait Up!

Bend in the Road, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek Green lanes once were proper roads, taking wheeled traffic from village to village. But when the dictate came that parishes were to metal their roads, some routes were considered … Continue reading

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