Aside from one beautiful day, it’s been grey sky and humidity in Norfolk during half term – not that it has kept us inside.
Every holiday I promise myself that we are not going to rush about but, once again, we’ve had a busy week. We’ve had a lot of fun though. Freya is already looking forward to the long summer holiday. Me? Well, a little rest first will be nice.
This photo was taken at Sea Palling at about 9am before many people had arrived. I really like the reflection of the tractor.
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According to the seal count on Thursday there were about 1,700 adults and 1,420 pups on the beach at Horsey – and there were certainly more than I have ever seen when we visited yesterday.
As it’s a peak time the beach was roped off, which I was pleased about because I remember getting cross at those getting too close last time we visited (even trying to take selfies with them).
There was plenty to see from up on the dunes but, of course, what we were really there for was the pups in all their cuddly-looking glory.
I think I’ve take better pics on previous trips but it was lovely to see them anyway. You can see my previous seal posts here and here.
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We went to Cromer last night, just as the sun was setting, for a little adventure, which culminated in eating takeaway pizza on the pier.
It was really busy at that time, with people heading for the evening show, but I managed to take this one while no one was walking by. I’m sure there was a lot more I could do, technically, to make the lights stand out a bit better but there was something about it I liked. I’ve posted some more pics on Instagram.
Wishing you a great week ahead.
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