Well, what a blast of Art, Culture and Heritage, as well as bracing walks on beaches, a holiday with friend, Marysia Zipser all crammed in during the early days of September, 2017! No doubt, it was to be expected, as Marysia is an Arts and Culture promoter and the founder of Art-Culture-Tourism (Beeston, UK and International), of which I am a member and represented artist. (I am a professional fine artist, painter, printmaker and mixed media artist.) Here is my page on the ACT website.
It was Marysia's first visit and my second to Blakeney, where my brother and sister-in-law have a lovely static caravan (complete with all the mod cons, including electric shower!) we stayed on the beautiful Friary Farm National Trust site, within the orchard area. Though the weather was changeable, during out stay, sunshine and showers (including a complete wash out in Wells-Next-The-Sea), our first afternoon/early evening was bathed in gorgeous sunshine, facilitating our blissfully blue photos of beautiful Blakeney.
Action-packed, our enthralling experiences were the stuff of exhilarating holiday memories.
Two visits to the must-visit wonderfully quaint Georgian town of Holt, boasting ten Art Galleries (successful family businesses spanning generations), such as that of Michael Hill's Picturecraft Art Gallery and Exhibition Centre and his son Adrian (right) who owns Adrian Hill Fine Art, both displaying outstanding art.
Michael (Left) has been instrumental in founding and promoting The Holt Owl Trail (Arts and Heritage) marking the route with a series of copper pavement plaques.