The beach at Titchwell
We camped at Reedham, right next to the Yar, and not far from Strumpshaw Fen, where we started Saturday.
There were orchids-a-plenty. This might be a Southern Marsh Orchid, or apparently it could be a hybrid. I have no idea. To me it's just a pretty pink flower.
Loads of butterflies about, with Small Tortoiseshells most common
Female Emerald Damselfly
Male Black-tailed Skimmer
Very Hairy Caterpillar, probably a Vapourer moth
Next, Upton Broad, a Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserve. Here we skored Swallowtail butterfly - a mighty impressive beast, the first I've seen since a holiday to France when I was 11! - Norfolk Hawker dragonfly and...
What appears to be a Variable Damselfly
Lots of Large Skippers, too.
Another pink flower, which might be Herb Robert. Remember, I don't know anything about plants
After that, we went up to the north Norfolk coast, which was somewhat less productive, but still enjoyable: Ruff, Spotted Redshank, lots of cute, fluffy Avocet babies
and a Hobby being mobbed by a Black-headed Gull
photos taken with Canon EOS 30D, EF 300mm f/4L IS USM or with Canon Powershot A640