My Sunday Photo – May 13th, 2018.

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After the bluebells comes wisteria and every year I swap favourites from one to the other (and then back again).


This is Waterloo Park in Norwich, doesn’t it look glorious?


I hope you’ve all had a good week. To see what other people have snapped for My Sunday Photo please click on the camera below.

Also, please pop back tomorrow and read my interview with Blogger extraordinaire,  Aby Moore, from You Baby, Me Mummy. We’ve had a chat about her new book, Blogs Change Lives.




A Celebration Of April Blossom.

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“April is the cruelest month,” according to T S Eliot in his long and complex poem, The Waste Land.

This line came back to me recently as I stood and watched heavy rain almost beat the blossom from the trees. I’m sure that’s not what he had in mind when he wrote it but it felt quite apt just then.

In between the fog and the rain, we’ve had some lovely days, days when it would have been criminal not to stop and take photos of the glorious blossom as I was passing.

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It seemed particularly abundant this year but maybe that’s because I was looking for it?



A week after I snapped these photos, much of the blossom was already gone. I’m sure there’s a message from Mother Nature there about appreciating every day or something.


Poor old Mark has been suffering with his hay fever and it’s horrible to see him all bunged up and red eyed. I’ve tried to keep my joy at the blossom under under wraps but I’m not sure I’ve been that successful.

Are you a blossom fan? Have you had much where you live?

My Sunday Photo – March 18th, 2018.

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Elm Hill.

Even though I have lived in Norwich for more than a decade, there is still so much I don’t know about the city.

For example, I had always assumed that Tombland was named for some macabre reason that was undoubtedly to do with death. I found out yesterday, while taking part in a free City of Centuries walking tour, run as part of English Tourism Week, that is not the case. In fact, our lovely guide, Paul, revealed it is from an old Scandinavian word meaning open space and was once the site of an Anglo-Saxon market place.

It was really enjoyable (although very, VERY cold) to wander the city with someone so knowledgeable. It also allowed me time to stop and actually look at the different buildings (and notice little details I hadn’t seen before) as well as hearing about their history. It wasn’t the best of days to take photos – not least because I couldn’t feel my fingers after a while.

Norfolk knapped flint wall.
Looking over the market to the castle.
The Royal Arcade.

There are several other free tours taking place in Norwich during English Tourism Week, which runs until March 24th. You can find out more here. I highly recommend them.

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Wishing you a great week.