A photo a day – three images from my trip

This is my first post for three days as I’ve been on a little trip with Karen. Nothing special, just a few days by the sea.

Day one, Wednesday, was spent taking the slow route from London to Kings Lynn via side roads and lots of little villages like Long Melford, Rede and Ickworth.

 

Day 2 Thursday, was spent driving around the coast from Kings Lynn to Great Yarmouth. It was hot but the beach was empty and the sea full of wind turbines.

 

Then driving back today, we stopped at Bury St Edmunds and did what all fifty-somethings do and visited the Cathedral and grounds. (Quite interesting for its painted ceiling).

 

These images are of course clichés, thousands of people must have taken similar images and so they have lost some of the impact they should really have, and they could be of almost anywhere in England. So my selected images for each day are a little different to those above.

Day 1: A Debenhams store caught my eye..

 

Day 2: Who says beaches are all the same?

 

Day 3: A different – sideways – view of Bury St Edmund’s cathedral.

 

So now back to the routine …

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South Londoner struggling with life, art and photography.
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5 Responses to A photo a day – three images from my trip

  1. Tanya says:

    Now that’s a different Debenhams than the one I know. People are funny- all those empty benches and the couple sit so near the loader, why not just sit right in front of it… these people really make this shot something else! Good to see you back and sharing the sea air with us!

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    • anomiepete says:

      Thanks Tanya, yep that couple must be barking, the loader was actually working and making a terrible racket, so why they chose that spot to sit is anyone’s guess!

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  2. Czechpolia says:

    Love the clouds in the first picture! Incredible!

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  3. Catherine says:

    3 days by the sea sounds wonderful right at this moment. Your ‘cliche’ images are fine ones and who wouldn’t have wanted to have them as souvenirs. The later three have much personality. Those ladies must have been waiting for something to turn up!

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