There were beaches
|Wells Next the sea beach huts|
|Winter beach scene|
|no sand castles today|
|Wells next the sea|
|Wells next the sea harbour|
Birds..... Norfolk is famed for it's bird life with many twitchers spending hours observing them.
|Seagulls on Cromer Pier|
|Seagulls lined up for the next snack|
|Chaffinch waiting for a feed|
|Keeping a beady eye on things|
|Mallard and Drake with a perfect DA|
Trains, The North Norfolk Railway runs from Sheringham to Holt and has both steam and diesel trains running though out the summer and on selected weekends throughout the year.
|letting off steam|
|Full steam ahead|
A pier................. Cromer still has an active theatre at the end of the pier and a cafe that does a luxury hot chocolate complete with flake and marshmallow, just the thing on a February day to warm you through.
|Victorian seating to sit and take in the view|
|seating all along the edge of Cromer pier|
|Wells next the sea stamp dispenser, sadly no longer in use|
|Traditional pebble and flint stone wall which is typical in this area of Norfolk|
|Lots of rope, all part of the harbourside|
|tying up in the harbour at Wells next the sea|
|Wall art at Sheringham beach|
I didn't unplug completely and used my phone to take and share some family photos and a couple made it on to Instagram, I think I would find it more difficult to do at home.
Have you tried unplugging at home or on holiday? how did you get on?