Okay, pop-pickers, we’re continuing our “top 40” favourite photos so far, though there is no particular order. Missed the first set of photos? Fear not as you can still see this set of pictures of wonderful Norfolk.
As before, the feature image above is previously unpublished. It was taken at Winterton on a chilly slightly overcast day.
Moving on with “photoset 2”, the photo was taken of these iconic beach huts at the lovely seaside town of Wells-Next-The-Sea.
I really like this picture we took of a gull hovering over the beach at Titchwell. We were enjoying a pleasant walk around the RSPB Titchwell reserve, and one of the walks led us to this beautiful sandy beach. Out of shot to our left there is an old Pillbox wedged in to the sand, not something you see every day, though they can often be spotted along Norfolk’s coastline.
A dash of colour from Sheringham Park, which is another place for a fabulous walk that include coastal views. This picture was taken on a visit in May 2014, and the months of May and June are the best times to catch the rhododendrons in bloom.
You’ve got a “twofer” here as I couldn’t make mind my up which one of these panoramic taken at Congo Rapids Golf in Easton to share. We’ve been a few times over the years, though the last time we took pictures of crazy golf fun at Congo Rapids Golf was in November 2016.
A Peacock Butterfly, photographed whilst enjoying a nice walk on a family day out at Pensthorpe.