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Tag Archives: Breydon Water
I live on a spit of land. At the front is the sea. At the back is an estuary. The sea faces east, the estuary west. Here’s some shots taken 3 days apart. Enjoy. Could have shown you more but… … Continue reading
Golden Sunset, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia.
Breydon Water, a short walk from where I live, is where I go to take photos of sunsets. This day the Met Office forecast an overcast sky, too cloudy for the sun to shine through, but I needed the walk. … Continue reading
All photos taken 23rd May 2021 around Breydon Water and Grazing Marshes
Friday 19th March – the day before the vernal equinox – the Met Office forecast suggested I might catch a sunrise But with the sunrise scheduled for 5:59 I needed to be out early Downriver from Haven Bridge; towards Breydon … Continue reading
Thursday morning the sun dazzled, reflected off the windows opposite, making me feel like a lazy slouch for writing instead putting on shoes and coat and getting out there for a walk. But lunch taken, I succumbed. After all, Met … Continue reading
Breydon Water exhibits many moods, but only in a gale does it turn you away. The sun Thursday lunchtime drew me out. I’ll leave you to read how it turned to this [See tomorrow’s post] Not as much as a … Continue reading
Saturday 9th January, the day dawns bright. The Met Office claims low wind speeds. Great, a good day for a walk. It’s late before I set out but the overnight frost remains thick on the ground With covid lockdown re-enforced, … 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