Stunning field of poppies at Blakeney.
Took a walk from Holkham to the start of Burnham Overy dunes then back along Holkham Bay to Wells woods and back along to Holkham Village.
Holkham pines were full of Foxgloves.
The rain fell as we got out into the bay, decided to carry on as it was half a mile or more to the nearest cover.
Our second walk was from Sheringham along the coast to Weybourne.
There were Stonechat,Skylark,Meadow Pipits scattered along the cliff path whilst Swifts and Martins whizzed past feeding on the insects.
There were a few species of butterfly around but the most numerous were Painted Lady.
Four Spotted Chaser
Once at Weybourne beach we headed into the village for a pint, along the way we saw Four spotted Chaser and Black tailed Skimmer dragonflies.
Black Tailed Skimmer
This young Blue Tit almost collided with my head on two occasions as it flew from hedge to hedge along the pathway!
Small Eggar Moth
This Small Eggar larva was a new one for me.
Stopping briefly, just along from Weybourne beach Sarah and I stopped for some time to watch a large group of Swifts feed on the many insects around a clifftop bush, absolutely brilliant watching the Swifts shooting past us so close, one of my favourite birds.
This insect was the last photo of the day as the rain once again caught up with us just before reaching Sheringham.
Our third walk of the week was from Salthouse to Cley beach and then into the village. Plenty of activity along the coast from the screeching Sandwich Terns, and a few Little Terns.