Sunday, 30 June 2013


Beautiful Poppy Field in Holme Hale, Norfolk.


Saturday, 29 June 2013


CATTLE EGRET (Bubulcus ibis)

Slightly smaller but much rarer than the little egret, cattle egrets are visiting the UK in increasing numbers. They often spend time close to livestock and grab insects and worms that their hooves disturb. Cattle egrets have yellow or greyish legs and a yellow beak, compared to the black legs (with yellow feet) and black beak of the little egret.

As their name suggests, cattle egrets tend to associate with livestock as the animals' hooves disturb invertebrate prey. Most likely to be seen in the south of England and Wales.

Monday, 24 June 2013


                                                Old Tree on Kessingland Beach,Suffolk.

Under Southwold Pier on a cold Foggy Winters morning.


Monday, 3 June 2013


The Georgian Market Town of Holt, in North Norfolk known for its posh shops, galleries and cafes, within walking distance of the town are some real jems though.

Byfords claim to be a "Posh B&B" as well as a Cafe & Restaurant and a popular venue.

This beautiful area of Spout Hill is located of Letheringset Hill away from the busy traffic on main road. Ideal place to walk or sit and take in the views and wildlife,