A few days on the Norfolk Coast

cromholA few weeks ago, we stayed with family on the Norfolk Coast, the site is cromhol1surrounded by woodland owned by the National Trust, after a four and half hour drive we were keen to stretch our legs and explore the woods. These two images are of the same oak tree, one the camera compensated for the darkening conditions, the second I used flash. There is a wooden cross at the foot of the tree, a peaceful place to remember a loved one.

cromhol2The next morning the sun was shining, parking atcromhol7 Blakeney village hall we walked to Morston Quay.

 

 

 

cromhol5A popular walk, with views to the sea across cromhol4marshes, with views inland across fields to quaint Norfolk villages.

 

 

cromhol6These horses raced towards us, I think they thought cromhol8we had something edible or interesting for them.The egret was fishing in the muddy low tide.

 

 

cromhol10We then travelled on to Cromer, where we walked cromhol11along the busy streets, we noticed the photo opportunity of the tawny owl.

 

 

 

 

cromhol12We walked past the Hotel de Paris overlooking the pier

 

 

There were quite a few people catching crabs from the pier.cromhol14

 

cromhol13 This turnstone was looking out for a quick snack.

 

 

 

cromhol16Although it was cloudy, the sun shone through to illuminate the pier.

 

 

 

cromhol9cromhol15Other views around Cromer.

 

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