Sunset sooner, softer

The clocks went back at the weekend and suddenly the evening walk with the dog has become the afternoon walk again. The light was golden and soft today, diffused through the soft whisps of the marsh plants. Winter often provides the best sunsets. 

From our Instagram, @North.Sea.Living.

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Mud, beautiful mud

An acquired taste, perhaps, but the glow of sunlight on the wet mud of shallow East Coast harbours is a beautiful thing. If you feel the same and haven’t yet read Maurice Griffith’s The Magic of the Swatchways, you really must.

From our Instagram, @North.Sea.Living.

Uncharted creeks with The Coastal Exploration Company

As October cools into November, there are fewer days when time, tide and weather favour adventuring on the marsh. When they arrive, you have to seize them – and this morning we did, voyaging through the uncharted creeks around Wells with The Coastal Exploration Company until the channels became too narrow to navigate, even for the traditional Norfolk crab boat My Girls. 

From our Instagram, @North.Sea.Living.