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.
I hope you’ve had a great week. To see what other people have submitted for this week’s My Sunday Photo link up please click on the camera below.
We went to Brancaster beach for the first time yesterday, which was surprisingly busy – although it doesn’t look like it from my photo.
I was very impressed with the quality of the shells, there were some real treasures to be found and the beach was lovely, if a little chilly.
Wishing you all a lovely week.
If you’re interested in writing, please pop back tomorrow for the first of this year’s Behind The Book posts. I’m kicking off 2018 by chatting to author (and fellow Norfolk resident) Ian Wilfred about his three novels.
How is it September already? The trees are already changing colour here, which seems much earlier than the last few years. If that wasn’t enough of a sign of the changing seasons, the nights are also pulling in and, once again, I’m getting to see some sunrises. Of course, the biggest sign that summer is over is that Freya starts school this week *cry*. I’m completely burying my head in the sand about that and instead looking back over our holiday photos – and wishing for another week or two.
Today’s My Sunday Photo is from an early evening visit to my of my favourite beaches, Holkham. It’s hard to really describe it but I feel exhilarated when I’m there. I don’t know whether its the big sky, the endless sand or the fact its bordered by a forest but it’s such a special place (it’s featured in lots of films, including the Oscar-winning Shakespeare In Love).
I was thrilled to see horses enjoying the gentle surf when we arrived. We walked a long way to get closer but it was worth it, especially when one of the riders kindly stopped and let us meet the gorgeous Red, who is apparently a big fan of children. The feeling was mutual and Freya still talks about him.
To see what other people have captured this week, please click on the camera below.
I also have another really interesting Behind The Book post for you tomorrow so please pop back.