Tag Archives: Great Yarmouth

Sunday Picture Post: Sand, Sea and Seals

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

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Sunday Picture Post: Woodland, Cliffs and Safe Haven

Continuing last week’s Sunday Picture Post. On 2nd December (which now seems an age ago) we walked from Lowestoft to Gorleston via Gunton Warren, Corton Woods, Hopton Cliffs and Gorleston Beach. We pick up that walk at Corton Woods… …and … Continue reading

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Too Jigging Close

Great Yarmouth’s famous rows run East to West and channel the health-giving sea breezes. Those “breezes” helped to fight off the Black Death when it hit in the years 1347-1351, killing a third of Europe’s population. Those wind-channelling rows did … Continue reading

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From Dawn to Dusk

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

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In Shades of Grey

I confess I did tweak the photo. Those bins were very dark green. Otherwise, the photo captures another grey day in Great Yarmouth. And it had begun with dazzling sun! See here for a list of titles for Maria’s Antonia’s … Continue reading

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A Town Of Three Rivers

or Continuing The Good Work (see Mixed Blessings of a Winter Bug) So, yea, last week I managed to walk six miles (see Marriott Way). But that’s nothing compared with the fifteen miles plus that used to be my staple … Continue reading

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