As it was another unseasonably warm day (13°C, or thereabouts) without the predicted rain, I thought I'd venture out to check on my marker sigils, amongst other agendas.
But first, before we get to the photos from today, the following three photos are from Sunday's walk:
|Some rather internal organ-y looking fungus|
|I think this will be some sort of ghastly lily when it grows up|
And now on to today's photos:
|This boundary marker sigil was just about in one piece, despite the fact that I hadn't checked up on it since the beginning of December. I only had to realign a couple of the sticks|
|This fallen tree seems to be a staging ground for Muntjac deer, as I saw two of them looking shifty behind it as I walked past|
|This drain (or whatever) on the old railway line between Cromer and Overstrand has been successfully repurposed by nature|
|Another of my boundary marker sigils on Small Hopes Hill, overlooking the old railway line|
|A World War II pillbox on Smallhopes Hill|
|Looking a bit creepy close up. I wonder what's inside?|
|Yikes! It feels a bit "Blair Witch" in here!|
Hang on... I shouldn't be afraid - I'm the bloody witch!
And that's the lot. As I sit here and finish this off, the rain has finally turned up.