The sun came out, so I took a couple of hours to wander down into Northrepps and beyond. I walked through the village and into Frogshall to the Jubilee bridge, then into the Furyhill Plantation and up by the Shrieking Pits to Hungry Hill, and back down into Northrepps before trudging back up the hill to Cromer and home.
Somewhat unintentionally, the theme of this walk turned out to be a bit tree-y...
|Freshly cut pine logs behind Northrepps Cottage. I could smell these from a mile off - Lovely!|
|A twisted, ivy-choked tree near the log pile.|
|The Jubilee Bridge in Frogshall (sorry about the washed-out looking image - too bright)|
|The first of many gaping orifices|
|The portal that I first pointed out here (No, that's not snow - this photo and the next also suffer from too much light)|
|Amongst so many pillars of the community, this twisted old thing really stands out|
|... a tiny little forest below a giant tree!|
|Some sort of bracket fungus, perhaps?|
|A partially submerged tree in one of the Shrieking Pits|
|Same tree, different angle|
And that completes this weekend's walk!