Looking across to Kessingland from Pakefield
This is a view that I often admire, usually sat outside the Jolly Sailors! It is always an ever changing scene with the light as it stretches the 3 miles to Kessingland. This was from around midday when the light was so very good and the sea was so calm.
It wouldn’t be right living on the East Anglian coast not to include these as they are so deeply embedded into both the local history and indeed my own families past. I love the way the scales sparkle. Herring fishing in East Anglia goes back to the Middle Ages but the heyday was between 1860 and the first word war, sadly by the 1960’s over fishing caused stocks to crash.
With a beautiful blue and cloudy sky I was looking for Swifts as the Swallows , House Martins and Sand martins are already are here. Alas no sign of them yet although it occurred to me that even without them it was a beautiful subject and so it became the subject for week 17.
Let sleeping dogs lie
Here is my studio assistant pretending to be asleep but with one eye watching me closely.
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