I really wanted to get down on the beach and take some photos for a Weekend Walkies post, but I seem to have attracted a cold and the weather isn't conducive to either photography or mild illnesses, so it's best that I stay indoors in the warm*.
A landing after a spot of time-travel isn't always happy.
You see, Thursday was bright and sunny with no wind, so it was ideal for wandering about, aimlessly or otherwise. And, as I'd gone to see Deadpool at the Regal Movieplex cinema in Cromer on Thursday afternoon, I could safely time-travel back to have a walk then without any awkward encounters with my past self.
As the above photo shows, my landing wasn't exactly ideal. After I'd picked myself up, I set off on my walk...
|Cromer town and pier|
|Cromer beach heading east towards Overstrand|
|Top left: Supermarket trolleys (or bits of them, anyway) end up everywhere, don't they? Bottom: Crab/lobster pots|
|The wreck (partial) of the Swedish cargo ship, SS Fernebo (from 9 January 1917). The stricken ship was attended by Cromer lifeboat RNLB Louisa Heartwell under coxwain Henry Blogg|
|Moving east away from Cromer|
|Nearly at Overstrand|
|The weathered spine of some hideous old sea monster. Or something...|
|Close-up of groynes (hee hee!)|
|Has a giant been walking here?|
|Or a giant's pet |
|It almost looks like summer, doesn't it? Well, except for the complete lack of tourists!|
That's it for now. See you all out there.
* I say "warm", but Inexcuseable doesn't like the thermostat to go above 16°...