Titchwell in the September sun

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

On Sunday we found ourselves destined for the North Norfolk Coast, somewhere that we rarely visit any more. A family meal was on the agenda at Briarfields which was delightful (go for the roast beef for the most divine, melt in the mouth meat!) and as the clouds blew away it made for the perfect opportunity to stroll off a token amount of food consumed. From the hotel we could see the sea and it was that direction in which we set off.
As the grassy track became more wild the couple of dragonflies hovering around became more and more until I realised I'd never seen so many in one place. Enthralling but of course infuriating as a photography enthusiast; the nanosecond for which they land is never long enough to snap a good shot. I managed a few. 

It's a birdwatcher's paradise, Titchwell. With my compact little camera and prime lens it would have been clear that I wasn't there on an avian hunt. This buzzard caught my eye.

Mushrooms and wild grasses.

Why have all the trees died?

Little bit of fleabane.
Ans teasel.

Boardwalks through wilderness.
Wild carrot?
Take care,

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