My Sunday Photo – January 1, 2017.

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Wishing you a happy new year! I hope you had a brilliant festive period and are now all set for 2017.

We had a quiet Christmas with just the three of us but it was lovely and relaxed – and Freya  enjoyed time playing with her new toys.

The day after Boxing Day we decided to make a follow up trip to see the grey seal pups. This time we walked from Winterton rather than Horsey (you can see my previous post here).

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It was a gorgeous day weather-wise and it seemed like almost everyone in Norfolk had the same idea as the beach was very popular.

It was well worth the walk, although we were upset by how close some people think it’s ok to get to the seals. One woman was about a foot away from a pup with her phone shoved in its face. I know they are quite used to people but they are still wild animals (and will bite).

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We stayed a respectful distance away and with my zoom I was able to get some nice shots.

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Sending my best wishes for a happy and healthy 2017 (with lots of great photo ops).

Photalife
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40 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – January 1, 2017.

  1. Hi Tara, what lovely shots! And how fascinating it must be to be able to observe such amazing creatures. It’s hard to believe such a cumbersome looking creature can be so graceful in the water.

    All the best for 2017.

    xx

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  2. Such gorgeous photos! I know they’re not actually cuddly, but they do look extremely cuddly!
    Sad to read that people got so close to them – they should really treat them with care and respect 😦

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