My Sunday Photo – October 15th, 2017.

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After a week of illness, we all felt the need for a little fresh air and adventure yesterday – and after getting various chores done we set off for Happisburgh Lighthouse.

Built in 1790, Happisburgh (pronounced hazebra) is the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain. There’s a chance to climb the 112 steps to the lantern at events and tours run during the year.

Along with the lighthouse there is a beach to explore, a lovely cliff top walk and a fabulous playground too.

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Just what the doctor ordered.

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

Also, please pop back tomorrow because my latest Behind The Book interview is with the fabulous Isabella Davidson, who writes the popular blog Notting Hill Yummy Mummy and has now published her first book, Beta Mum: Adventures In Alpha Land.

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My Sunday Photo – October 1st, 2017.

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Is Freya the only child who comes home from school with even more energy than usual? Most nights we have to take her out to run off some of the excess before bed (and she’s still getting up at 5am every day).

The plus side is that we are getting to see some lovely sunsets, like this one. You can’t really see Norwich very well but I do like the sky.  The sun’s rays seem to be shining down on many of the city’s landmarks.

Hope you’ve all had a great week.

Please pop back tomorrow when I have a new Behind The Book post featuring Jan Baynham and on Tuesday I’ll be posting our Halloween Bostik Blogger craft.

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My Sunday Photo – August 20th, 2017.

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Do you talk to yourself when you take photos? No, just me? I don’t even talk, I sort of make strange noises of appreciation. An “oooh” here or an “aaaah” there, if the light is particularly lovely or there’s a butterfly. I get some funny looks, I can tell you.

Luckily, when I snapped this one I was all on my own because there was a definite “oooooohhhhhh” when I went to the bottom of the garden of the converted barn we’ve been staying in for the last few days  (more about that on Wednesday) and this was the view.

The fabulous thing is that the image hasn’t been tinkered with at all. This is just exactly how it was. What a privilege to witness it.

To see what other people have been taking photos of this week, please click on the camera below.

I also have another brilliant Behind The Book post tomorrow with the award-winning writer Kate Field so please do pop back.

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