Today we walked with our walking group from Shotesham to Tasburgh along Boudica's Way in Norfolk. I promised to put some of my photos on this blog, so here they are.
We had gone less than a mile when we came upon this amazing wildflower meadow.
No-one knew what the yellow flower was...
... but the orchid was easier to identify.
The ruins of St. Mary's Church near Saxlingham Nethergate provided a photo opportunity.
I put the camera on self-timer so I could get in the photo below - you can tell me by my hat. And no, I'm not the one on the left of the picture.
The poppies are out - this one has a cross in it.
A rather less than useful sign stood at a track crossing ...
... especially as there was some discussion as to the correct route to take.
Towards the end of the 7.1 mile walk we passed through the Redwings Horse Sanctuary
, which claims to be the largest horse sanctuary in the UK, "caring for over 1,100 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules every day". It certainly covers a vast area, with neat, well-maintained fencing and neat, well-maintained horses.
Or so they seemed to me.