A North Norfolk Getaway (part two)










some memories …
walking the Norfolk Coastal Path, foraging for Samphire and spotting Salicornia ramosissima (Glasswort) growing in the salt marshes / observing a peacock and peahen in the gardens at Norfolk Lavender / visiting the tiny Shell Museum and the Wild Flower Gardens in the village of Glandford / watching the sun set over The Wash.


8 thoughts on “A North Norfolk Getaway (part two)

    1. So glad you did! I did leave a link on the old blog, but probably removed it too soon. It is quite difficult to photograph a peacock as they are always on the move.


  1. Gorgeous photos Ann. The North Norfolk coast is stunning. I see you have visited Burnham Market – a favourite spot. We spent a few days around Holt and Cley-next-the-Sea after our wedding – I do love it up there.

    Summer is going well thank you and busy updating my blog after spending time in Sweden on the boat. Hope you are enjoying yours.


  2. Such lovely photos.
    We had a holiday home in Langham, just inland from Blakeney, 20 years ago, so you’ve brought back lots of memories. I’d love to go back, but it’s a bit of a schlep from the Isle of Wight!


    1. indeed that would be a long journey! So glad to have brought back nice memories for you – I don’t recall Langham, but there are so many pretty villages in that area – how lucky you were.


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