The sun is out. The sun is out!
Ten o'clock this morning I left Castlette DeVice is a blaze of winter sunshine. Unlike most daydrifts I undertake, I had already decided where I was going to walk before I left the
Now, you might find some of these photos somewhat repetitive in nature, but my incredible indecisiveness kicked in with a vengeance making choosing between them more difficult than a life or death decision.
|Leaving Cromer Pier behind me|
|Landscapes in the black mirror are closer than they appear...|
|A bijou beach residence for when you want to get away from it all!|
|Cromer Pier from East Runton beach|
|And a bit further on...|
|... it could almost be summer!|
|Ripples in the sand|
|Those ripples from a worms-eye view|
|Looking towards West Runton beach - the most dangerous beach in the world!|
|Despite the danger of being poked by old-timey assimilation tubules, I kept going|
|Just making sure Cromer Pier is still there...|
|This is as far as I ventured - the edge of West Runton|
|The tide's coming in now...|
|... which means staying in the sun on the sand...|
|... is more difficult as the beach is breached...|
|... by the incoming sea|
|These oystercatchers don't seem to mind, though|
|Back in Cromer having watched the lifeboat come in - you can see the prow peeking out of the end of the pier.|
|The view towards Overstrand from the pier|
|Looks like a bit of salty spray got on the lens...|
I have a couple more sets of photographs from this daydrift that I'll publish another day to spare your scrolling fingers from being worn down to nubbins: some snaps of various geological features in the cliffs, and a few of the Lester - Cromer's lifeboat.
And as I construct this post, the sun is still out!