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27th August we walked from Great Yarmouth to Lowestoft. Here are some of the flowers seen on the way We take a break at Hopton… where I clicked this cormorant Hope you enjoyed. More next week
27th August we set out early from Great Yarmouth And arrive at the harbour’s mouth, just across the river, in Gorleston On Gorleston seafront, street art commemorates the making of the movie Yesterday in 2019… Looking seaward… it’s early, the … Continue reading
Slowly – or not so slowly – the sea nibbles at the land. And these cliffs, being of loosely compacted sand, crumble and fall. This photo shows that crumble in process, with the bushes previously growing atop the cliff now … Continue reading
Pale Moon Lady at the gate You are early, I am not late I refuse your proffered charms Refuse to slip into your arms See, I’m happy; see, I thrive Days are numbered; I’m alive Be gone, don’t haunt me, … 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
The walk from Tunstall to Halvergate and back to Acle Marshes is mostly through arable land, the flowers seen reflect this… And the butterflies… and the first I’ve ever seen and identified and managed a photo… And with a return … Continue reading
Last we we left our marshland walk at Tunstall. Today we’re heading to Halvergate. Please do come along. The famous flint flushwork, much in evidence in this part of Norfolk The marshland wasn’t drained until early C19th. Before them *marsh* … Continue reading
A Speckled Wood. We all know how restless a butterfly is. So when it came to rest I took a chance. I wasn’t sure of the focus, the sun was blazing through the leaves and reflecting on the pond beyond. … Continue reading
Ted thought no one would find him, holed up in the old telephone box. No one used it; everyone had their own mobile phones. But his rural sequester was broken when the village got a new vicar. “Since the phone … Continue reading
Flowers seen on our walk of 10th August. Enjoy. Growing beside the village pond, the figwort makes a satisfactory break in this walk. More next week. Hope you enjoyed.