I've been meaning to have a quick walk before starting work for ages now - since it started getting lighter in the mornings, in fact - but once the laptop gets going, I find myself quickly distracted by the chaos it shows me, so I simply must begin sorting it out and creating some order. But not yesterday. Yesterday was different because I found myself awake a little earlier than normal (because of the bright, bright sunshine streaming through my not-quite-closed blinds). So, after I'd connected the laptop to work's VPN thingy, filed emails, tidied up tasks, and updated the stats to show what our workload for the day looked like, I stuck my fingers up at it, grabbed Camera and left the house.
In the previous post I showed you Cromer Pier of an evening from Overstrand beach, and in this one you get to see it in the morning. I know - I spoil you!
|That's the Hotel de Paris overlooking the pier near the foot of the cliff |
|This is where I saw that little muntjac deer back at the end of March. I suspect they hide up in that dark hollow near the top left (well, that's where it was when I took that photo) |
|The prom and beach huts near the Coast Road slipway|
|I only included this ship because I haven't used the 'boats' tag/label for a while|
And from this morning, one of the many residents of the embankment behind Hexenhäusli Device, a male roe deer. The photos aren't the best because I was taking them through a window - I didn't dare open it lest I scare him off.