During the surge last December all the beach huts in Overstrand where destroyed and a lot of the debris was later deposited along the shore line as drift wood. Local artist Peter Talbot took advantage of the fallout to give the village his own unique take on the classic beech hut.
The Shard shrouded in mist – the start of Autumn?
Fabulous display by the Red Arrows over Cromer and the North Sea. Perfect sky, too. If only I had taken a better camera….
The Peregrine was feeling a bit under the weather at the Raptor Centre near St Ives so its flying display took a lot longer than usual
Poppies on the downs above Overstrand. This part of Norfolk was dubbed “Poppyland” by the 19th Century poet and theatre critic Clement Scott who created something of a holiday craze in the area.
Groynes under a very blue sky in Overstrand
Wonderful display of Bluebells this year in Beckenham Place Park – the Spring conditions were perfect this year