Titchwell (April 2019)
Quite a grey, miserable day but some great birds! So many avocet pictures... Good views of a water rail but very frustrating trying to get decent pics.
Cley Marshes, September 2006
Cley Marshes as it used to be - by the time you read this, parts of it are probably under water as the sea defences have been changed.
Not an ideal day photography-wise, but some nice views of a kingfisher and swallows getting ready to head south.
Norfolk Birdwatching, December 2004
A trip to Norfolk, looking for King Eider at Titchwell, Rough-legged Buzzard, and Lesser Yellowlegs at Stiffkey. We got the latter, but the light was so bad that hardly anything came out from that leg of the trip - which is a shame, as we got some great views of Redshank on the banks of some of the channels.
Titchwell was pretty good for Robins - they came extremely close - and some waders, but the light was variable and so action shots were right out.
The old version of the website broke galleries into separate pages and directories, and required an introduction page just to show up in the list. This is no longer the case, but to avoid dead search engine links here's a quick overview of some of the photos in the Norfolk 2003 collection!
There are 14 galleries in this section.
Norfolk 2003: King's Lynn, 10th September
Wrapping up our holiday in Hunstanton, Norfolk with a final trip to King's Lynn.
Norfolk 2003: Burnham Market, 9th September
"Norfolk's Loveliest Village" apparently. Certainly a very nice, picturesque place with some good shops.
Norfolk 2003: Wells-next-the-Sea, 9th September
It's Wells, the one next to the sea. And that means lots of boat pictures.
Norfolk 2003: Holkham Hall, 8th September
Holkham Hall is a lovely stately home with deer, lakes, and some great statues inside and out. But I think we were most interested in the nesting house martins under the eaves of the shop.
Norfolk 2003: Cley, 7th September
A trip to Cley. This shows the reserve as it used to be, with the old café and before the new visitor's centre and sea defense changes.
Norfolk 2003: Hunstanton, 6th September
Fulmars from above!