One of the first things you see when you arrive at Kelling Heath Holiday Park is the red squirrel enclosure.
The park is part of a national scheme for the captive breeding of red squirrels, which, as I’m sure you know, are native to Britain but under severe threat from the introduced American grey squirrels.
We spent last weekend at Kelling again (without the fog) and this time there were some babies to coo over. I was photographing them through bars so you’ll have to excuse the picture quality.
Aren’t they gorgeous?
As usual, I’m taking part in Darren’s My Sunday Photo link up. To see what other people have submitted please click on the camera below.
With grey sky for the last few days, I felt a bit delirious to find myself not only under a brilliant blue sky but surrounded by colour on a visit to the Plantation Garden in Norwich – and I just had to share.
You can find out more about this hidden gem in the heart of the city in my previous posts here and here but I thought for this one I’d just share some photos. Hope you enjoy them.
If you happen to be in Norwich, the Plantation Garden, in Earlham Road, is well worth a visit (as is the cathedral next door). They are bringing back the outdoor cinema on certain dates in July and August (full info here) which I imagine would be a glorious experience.
I hope you’re having a colourful day too.
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.