Been There | North Norfolk

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Things to remember… The alternate leaved saxifrage, blooming viciously along the roadside. Such a vivid, upbeat green, unseen in winter, surpassed only by the visceral joy of newborn blossom tangled in the thicket, flourishing doggedly in spite of the still-cool air. We wound our way daily along rural roads, familiar after years of visiting, the raspy voice of Springsteen an accompaniment to the lost county’s hairpin bends. A chipped vase of droopy camellias adorned the table at our favourite pub in Wells where we shovelled mushy peas into our hungry mouths so quickly that hiccups caught us. Giggles ensued. We walked back to the car with light hearts and green teeth, scraping the mud from our wellingtons on the kerb as we went, the April sun teasing out the freckles hibernating behind my cheekbones.

(photos) with a Nikon D5100 and 35mm lens | Norfolk | April 2015

  • Not sure how I found your blog, but it’s lovely Lula! And your writing style is absolutely beautiful 🙂

    Laura

  • Oh wow, these photos are absolutely stunning! And I’m forever in awe of your beautiful writing.

  • You write so, so beautifully. So impressed by your posts even though I must have been following you for close to a year now! This sounds like a lovely April getaway. x

  • Such gorgeous photo’s and I am in love with your writing. xx

  • These photographs are just perfect. Such a beautiful view of the this little part of the world.
    Also – beach huts 😛
    I am most definitely giving your blog a follow!

    Big hello from Cornwall

    Sarah xxo | thesaltyseablog.blogspot.co.uk