‘Ok, hang on, I’ll need to step back into the road to get your feet in’.
Now that he had the camera in his hands Tim was risking life and limb to take this photo. And it was such a brave thing to do with the tears of laughter in his eyes blurring his vision. He could hardly keep the camera steady with his giggling.
Sometimes I could kick myself. I’d been the one that had spotted this unusual street road sign and laughed saying ‘oh look isn’t that a strange name, ha, ha’.
Oh well. Just give it your best old smile I thought.
We were on a long walk in North Norfolk on a boiling hot day. Starting at Blakeney we walked the coast path to Cley then inland to Glandford over Wiveton Down and back to Blakeney.
Cley next the sea
Here are just a few photos of Cley – a village that used to have a thriving harbour but is now surrounded by marshland on its northern edge. So it isn’t actually next to the sea anymore but occasionally gets threatened by it!
One of the lanes running up from the Main Street.
As you can see flint (cobbles or knapped) are used widely with brick in the buildings and walls throughout the village.
Finally here is a photo of what I always imagine when I think of a lane. A small walkway between buildings. I don’t know it’s name but there are a few of them in Cley and I love them. More than the one I mentioned at the start of this post!