Dusk at Rockland Broad. Click on this photo and the thumbnails below for much larger images
We’re just back from our honeymoon – a few days on the Southern Broads, an area of water neither of us had visited before. Even though we saw few sailing craft it’s clearly a great sailing area of largely empty rivers, often with nothing but reeds to interfere with the wind. Not that we were sailing this time, you understand – with my broken ankle, a motor cruiser from Oulton Broad turned out to be an ideal way to take a holiday.
Here are some of our snaps for your entertainment.
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Two scenes from the river Yare; the dyke leading to Surlingham Broad
The Yare at high tide; a houseboat on the river Waveney; early morning on the Waveney
Rockland Broad; windmill on the Yare; approaching Reedham on the Haddiscoe New Cut
Sailing on the Yare; wherrry on the Yare
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