As I have not managed to find much opportunity or inspiration of late I decided to start a series of posts pulling images from my archive …the steel vault buried deep in a subterranean labyrinth far from prying eyes.
These photos are from a holiday (vacation) I took a few years ago in the Norfolk broads. We rented a boat for a week and took a tour around the waterways; mooring in various spots along the way to sleep, eat etc. I’m kind of a boat person so this was a very enjoyable trip even if the boat itself was not quite to my liking (I prefer the weight of steel and this was a lightweight plastic affair).
I have always had a fondness for windmills and ‘The Broads’ offer many many of them and in lots of different forms (and condition).
As this holiday was afloat these were taken whilst motoring along using my camera at the time which was a Pentax Optio 750z; a really great compact digital that was extremely capable.
Some, like this one, are of brick construction and look like they could have living quarters inside, others are smaller and of an open wood/steel construction.
I’d love to return to The Broads at some point a revisit some of these places and be able to take more time with my camera; so many places to go and so little time though 🙂
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