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My Sunday Photo – June 11th, 2017.


We’ve just come back from a wet and windy week in a caravan in Great Yarmouth on the Norfolk coast.

I quite liked listening to the rain on the roof but when the wind kicked in we were a bit worried we might take off!


Luckily I had looked at the forecast before we went this time and packed appropriately (unlike a previous trip when I forgot to take a coat) so we were able to get out and about, despite the weather (not much keeps us from a beach).

Freya had a blast and particularly enjoyed the disco this time. We also visited a few places we probably wouldn’t have done had it been sunny so all in all it was a great holiday.

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Freya had fun.
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I had fun.
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Mark was excited when the sun finally came out πŸ™‚

I hope you’ve all had a good week too.

To see what other people have submitted for Darren’s fabulous My Sunday Photo link please click on the camera below.

Also, please check back tomorrow because I’ve got another Behind The Book post (a non-fiction author this time who not only has an interesting path to publication but also some fantastic tips for all writers).


26 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – June 11th, 2017.”

  1. Hi Tara, often the beach in bad weather is more fun and exciting than when the weather is nice.I think your top two photos say it all, but it’s good to see the sun came out in the end. I can imagine walking along the beach when it looks like photo #2, very atmospheric!



  2. Great photos! You’ve captured Mark perfectly. I’m glad you had a good time even though the weather wasn’t great.


  3. I spent a lot of my childhood listening to the pitter patter of rain on a metal caravan roof. I have some great memories of our holidays; I’m sure Freya will have too. Love the pic of Mark celebrating the sunshine 😊


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