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One of my passions is wandering around damp woods with my camera, through the falling leaves of Autumn scattered in sunshine. There’s nothing quite lie it. And hunting for fungi is the perfect excuse… See also http://www.norfolkholidaycottages.biz/blog/2011/11/fungi-hunting-in-norfolk/
The mix of blue sky and dramatic clouds has provided beautiful sunsets almost every evening for the past few weeks. This one was snapped on my phone at the village of Hunworth on my way home a few days ago.
One of my favourite finds since living near Fakenham is Sculthorpe Moor, a beautiful nature reserve 1 mile north west of the town (towards Kings Lynn). Next to the car park, there’s a great visitor centre packed with lots of … Continue reading
After gorging on far too much food and drink over Christmas and the New Year we headed to Horsey Gap, half way between Happisburgh and Caister on the Norfolk coastline. It’s always very bracing to walk along the beach and … Continue reading
This is an excellent time of the year for finding weird and wonderful Fungi. The parks and countryside in Norfolk offer lots of opportunities for Fungi hunters. Fungi are an interesting and relatively easy subject to photograph. And at the … Continue reading
Last year they arrived in late February. This year it’s early April. The cold Winter has set nature’s clock back.