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Tag Archives: Breydon Water
All last Tuesday I’d kept an eye on the weather forecast. Would we have cloud; would we have a good sunset? Two nights before it had been glorious. But how many times can you take photos of a red ball … Continue reading
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
I’m giving no commentary to these photos except to say they were taken on 3rd September 2020 when it seems most of East Anglia experienced an amazing sunset. These photos were taken either at Breydon Water or on my way … Continue reading
Now we’re past the solstice, the nights draw in, the mornings break later, while yet it’s warm (ok, it’s hot!). Encouragement enough for me to go wandering with the camera. Wednesday 5th August. Sunset around 8:30 pm. Breydon Water Just … Continue reading
Early morning, Breydon Water, when the tide is high, becomes a place of calm All is Calm, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek
Last week I invited you to accompany me along Breydon Water and across Breydon Marshes. This week, the same route but reversed. And how different it is. That’s all for now, folks. Hope you enjoyed.
The path on the south side of Breydon Water leads to Burgh Castle and the remains of a Roman fort. But we’re not going to walk that far. Instead, we’ll cut across the marshes and circle back to Great Yarmouth. … Continue reading
Breydon Water at the top of the tide and not a breath of air. I’ve never seen it so quiet, not even in winter Blue Skies, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek
There is a moment of stillness in the estuary when it seems the water is undecided which way to flow. This day the stillness is aided by an extraordinary lack of wind. Alexanders were brought to Britain by the Romans … Continue reading