Just some images taken on my phone over the last couple of weeks. These sea front pictures are from when Sarah and I stayed down in Cromer for a few days, at the time the weather was not great except for when we arrived that evening and when we departed!! As we drove along the coast road we noticed how the fog was just hanging off shore, it then started to creep inland and it was a sight to behold. I have not seen fog like this before, and it reminded me of The Fog film, it was just like it, moving inland you could see pockets of it as it crept through trees and across roads in front of us, eerie but lovely at the same time.
On one grey day we took a drive to Cart Gap and on arrival the tide was in, which nearly soaked us as we walked along the front. There was a huge wobbling foam line along this stretch and the water was like thick creamy milk and coated the rocks as it crashed in. Later further along the coast we walked between Morston and Blakeney which was nice and easy due to the new sea wall/bank whatever you want to call it. Whilst up in Norfolk we saw our first ever Bee Orchids which were beautiful, and a lot smaller than I thought they would be.
Back at home now, and I found another first for me, a Lobster Moth on a wall whilst I was on a night shift. And another successful mothing session brought some goodies in!, another entry will follow shortly with loads of images. Below is Sarah with some hawkmoths resting on her hands, not fazed at all, she likes to have them rest on her, they feel like they're velcro attached to you, weird feeling.