Butterwick Low. A walk on 3.10.2016 by Tim Hill

En route. Select this image to see a larger version. Salt marsh, mostly enclosed by dyke. Though the gaps, you can see The Wash and beyond, its south coast. Next photo zooms in.... Select this image to see a larger version. ...through the central gap in the dyke in the previous photo.... Select this image to see a larger version. ...zooming in through the left-hand gap of the photo before last. Distant wind farm is in Gedney Marsh.. Select this image to see a larger version. Between Lincolnshire and Norfolk, is that the dredger heading towards The Haven or the River Welland? Are those fishing boats marooned on a sandbank or does it just look like that?. Select this image to see a larger version. . Select this image to see a larger version. The sun glints off the mud and water in the channel in the salt marsh.. Select this image to see a larger version. Two egrets take flight.. Select this image to see a larger version. Egrets. Select this image to see a larger version. On the secondary dyke, our defence against unwanted migrants.. Select this image to see a larger version. There seem to be boats silhouetted by the Norfolk coast. Next photo zooms.... Select this image to see a larger version. ...zooming in on the previous photo and the fishing boats do seem to be stranded on a mudbank.. Select this image to see a larger version. Digitally zooming in on the photo before last. Sailing on The Wash.. Select this image to see a larger version. . Select this image to see a larger version. It looks as though I have walked a really long way.. Select this image to see a larger version. Nobody seems to have told these trees that it's autumn.. Select this image to see a larger version. Some shots I take just for screen backgrounds.. Select this image to see a larger version. Some shots I take just for screen backgrounds.. Select this image to see a larger version. . Select this image to see a larger version. I'm expecting hobbits.. Select this image to see a larger version. Harvesting spuds.. Select this image to see a larger version. Each traverse of the field fills a trailer.. Select this image to see a larger version. Spuds! Tates!. Select this image to see a larger version. One is nearly full, an empty one follows.. Select this image to see a larger version. Tates are left in the ground until long after the plant has died back. I obviously lifted mine far too soon.. Select this image to see a larger version.