A walk one January afternoon

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Even during a short walk for an hour or so has brought forth a whole variety of photographs. The light varied from non-existent to blinding beams and everything inbetween. Here are a few sights I most enjoyed.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside

January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Two squirrels were having some kind of slow-motion showdown. Most curious.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Hardly any gorse flowers to be seen. The odd pip of bight yellow.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Frozen water. It never ceases to fascinate.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside

January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Nest, dray or tree deformity? Good question.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Deep, rich colours on the bramble leaves.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside

January sights in the Norfolk countryside

January sights in the Norfolk countryside

January sights in the Norfolk countryside
A few remaining crab apples.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside
A shelf-like fungi. If only it was sturdy enough to use as a seat to rest a while and enjoy the quiet.
January sights in the Norfolk countryside
Sophie

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2 comments

  1. Some days there are 7 or 8 squirrels visible at any one time in the cemetery or churchyard; fights seem to be inevitable. But they are usually high speed encounters

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  2. I like the first spiky closeup! Reminds me of a snowflake under a microscope!

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