Norfolk - the best of the rest

August 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Norfolk- the best of the rest
 

Early in the day, at Cley Marshes, the light was very poor. I did manage to capture a picture of this Lapwing as it walked some way in front of one of the new hides.
 

LapwingLapwingCley Marshes, Norfolk, UK


 

I also managed a quick shot of this Coot with its chick. 
 

Coot with chickCoot with chickTitchwell, Norfolk, UK


 

This shot of a Moorhen was taken at Titchwell, later in the day.
 

MoorhenMoorhenTitchwell, Norfolk, UK


 

On arriving at Titchwell, the weather was really quite dull. So after a quick look in each of the hides I made my way to the beach to see what I could find there.
 

By comparison to other visits, the beach was very quiet. I was however, able to approach a solitary Little Egret - again significantly aided by the Sigma 150-600mm lens. Slowly making my way to position myself between the bird and the sea, allowed me to get quite close.
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

Little EgretLittle EgretTitchwell beach, Norfolk, UK
 

It seems a shame to finish on images taken in such dull light. So here are a couple more Avocet images to complete the set.
 

AvocetAvocetTitchwell, Norfolk, UK
 

AvocetAvocetTitchwell, Norfolk, UK
 

AvocetAvocetTitchwell, Norfolk, UK


 


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