#MySundayPhoto, The great outdoors, Things To Do In Norfolk, Wanderlust

My Sunday Photo – July 30th, 2017.

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We went on an adventure to the RSPB’s Buckenham Marshes, which is a new one for us – although it’s just down the road from one of my favourites, Strumpshaw Fen.

It’s a short walk to the “wildlife watchpoint” and we spent quite a while there (as we were the only ones, it didn’t matter if Freya was a bit loud). After our first visit to Strumpshaw we put together a little nature bag for her with things such as a magnifying glass, mini insect and bird guides and some children’s binoculars.

While she enjoyed using them, I was snapping away…



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This feels like ‘the one that got away’. If only it was in focus!

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20 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – July 30th, 2017.”

  1. Such an amazing collection of images! The silhouetted pic of Freya is just brilliant and the insect shots are just stunning. You’ve managed to capture truly amazing detail.


  2. Great images, especially the one that got away. I’ve never caught that train (growing up halfway between the start and the finish and on the wrong side of the river there was never any need) but think that it must be one of the great train rides. #MySundayPhoto


  3. You’ve got some lovely snaps there Tara. I love the silhouette of Freya. And what a great idea to put together a nature bag for her. I must try and remember that for the future x


  4. I love your butterfly shots even if they aren’t in perfect focus – they’re so much better than anything I ever manage to get! Love the shot of Freya in silhouette too 🙂


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