On a recent stay on the North Norfolk coast, we enjoyed some lovely warm weather. Each day as the tide turned though, it brought in with it rolling mists, which descended over the salt marshes.
It gave a sense of eeriness to the coastline and surrounding countryside, but also some fascination, as the views and scenery transformed dramatically before our eyes. A swift change from feeling warm sunshine to the touch of the damp and moist air.
Here are some pictures that hopefully capture some of those moments, the changing scenes, wildlife and nature.
We’ve had such beautiful and sunny weather so far this May. Gardens are full of colour now and as one plant blooms and fades another starts to spring into life. There’s a continuous flow of vibrant and beautiful flowers, shrubs and trees.
The gorgeous weather has been a great excuse to get out and about with my camera and visit a few special gardens that are local to us. There’s nothing more uplifting than a sunny day, a walk around a beautiful garden and grounds of an historic house and a little photography.
It’s been lovely to see the blossom trees and tulips of early May, followed by one of my favourites, wisteria clambering and flowering up walls together with sweeping carpets of bluebells and fields of cowslips. The new leaves on the trees and shrubs are so fresh and bright green at this time of year too.
Here’s a few pictures taken at Wrest Park and Hatfield House during May…