Thursday, 15 October 2015

Wroxham, Norfolk

Wroxham is a town on the River Bure in Norfolk and is part of the Norfolk Broads.  There are plenty of places to sit, relax by the water and enjoy a drink or some food.

Love this basket sat outside one of the gift shops on the way to the river.

The blue livery of the boats that you can hire from here to take a trip down the river.

Here you can see the River Bure flowing under Wroxham Bridge.  It is said that there has been a bridge on this site since at least 1576, the current brick and stone bridge was built around 1619.

Again here, as with most of the rivers around this area, there are plenty of Swans to be seen.

Standing on the bridge looking down at the various ducks and swans in and out of the water we saw a solitary Grey Heron standing on the waters edge.

There were several Greylag Geese about enjoying the Autumn sunshine.

The Swans looked lovely with the sunlight glittering on the water.

Loved these images in the window of a pet store along the road.

One of the many fish and chip shops, this one has been open for 20 years according to their notices.

My Dad modelling a 'Christmas Pudding'  hat for Christmas.

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