NORFOLK

08th July 2013
My wife and I have just returned from our second tip to Norfolk in the last couple of months.
What a fantastic and diverse county it is.
From the North Norfolk coast with the wading birds, through the countryside with Barn Owls, Hares and Adders, down into the Broads with Swallowtail Butterfly, Hairy Dragonfly and Norfolk Hawker, plus lots of other wildlife, and stunning scenery all the way.
Unfortunately the weather is something we weren't too lucky with, especially trying to find Swallowtails in the strong wind (not good for macro photography) and persistent showers.
This just gives us a good excuse to go back next year and try again.
I have put some pictures in my Latest Images Gallery from these trips which I hope you will enjoy looking at.
Tony