The last time I took a trip to Happisburgh Lighthouse was back in the winter when there was snow on the ground and cliffs. I thought I would revisit Happisburgh again to see how much the landscape has changed since my last trip.
Finding the right combination of weather, tide and astrological conditions to capture the sky reflecting on the wet sand at Cromer is a challenge. Most of the times I have been to Cromer, I have been out of luck with the weather, tides being too high or the sun being in the wrong place.
What I thought was going to a clear evening at Thurne turned out to be a partially cloudy evening instead. As the sun started to set the low level clouds started to get darker and with the rays of sunlight shining through all added to make the scene look very dramatic.
After my visit to Ashtree Farm Drainage Mill in April, I thought I would revisit the mill again to get some shots of it at sunset. After wading through the long grass at Paddys Loke, I managed to get to a good vantage point of the mill.
After Saturdays visit to Blickling Hall, I seriously under estimated the scale of the estate and the time required to walk around it. So today I found a Blickling estate walk guide on the National Trust website that shows a route around the estate that takes two hours to walk.
The weather hasn’t been great over the last week and it wasn’t much better this weekend, although it was forecast to be sunny at last light this evening. For a while, I have wanted to photograph some bluebells in some woodland and know they appear to be blooming about now.