The two Americans….. are my niece and her husband, we attended their wedding in 2015 in the US, and some of you might remember, I posted photos of their wedding. They came to stay overnight in April 2016, they were doing the rounds, visiting relations and friends in the UK. My daughter and family came to visit at the same time, and we went on a family day out. I am so late in posting this, but better late, than never……. I hope anyway 🙂 We headed to the North Norfolk Coast, it’s a bit difficult to show off where you live in one day, but at least the weather was good to us. We stopped at Burnham Market first, and had a look around a Norfolk Village, before it got busy. Then we made our way to Wells-next-the-Sea and had a fish and chip dinner, and a go on the slot machines.
A few weeks ago, late August 2017, we visited Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast. I had a practise at taking some more evening photos. But as we are still away in France, I was hoping to take some evening photos of Cannes on the French Riviera tonight, but the traffic was horrendous, so we gave up trying to get along the coast. This morning we had a wonderful day driving through the French Alps and saw some amazing rock formations, which I will post later, but my laptop is still not letting me down load any new photos. So while we are away, it will be old photos only 🙂 I must say their wifi in Grasse, where we are staying, is so fast, amazingly so. Anyway hopefully tomorrow I will get to photograph some more old churches to go with the few that I have visited so far.
A little bit of street photography, by the sea, or rather lack of it. Taken at Wells-next-the-Sea, on the North Norfolk coast, April 2016. I just like that the way the bikers were having their fish and chips on the sea wall.
I am still sorting photos, and therefore lots of ancient photos coming to light. These were taken in 2011 with my old iPhone, the colour wasn’t great, so I have changed them to mono. So this is Wells-next-to Sea on the North Norfolk coast, funnily enough we took some visitors there last weekend, and had fish & chips. I did take some photos, but they will have to wait for a while……. still have way too many.
You should always look up in a church, because you never know who is looking down. In this case, in St Nicholas’ Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, there were just a few large roof angels peering down from on high.