Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell Marsh (adjacent to Thornham marshes) is a 420 acres Royal Society for the Protection of Birds nature and bird reserve.  It is an area of salt marshes and freshwater lagoons and is the home to thousands of birds as well as being a stopping off point for migrating varieties.







Filed under grasses, landscape, Nature, photography, Sand, Sea, Shore, Texture, Uncategorized, Water

4 responses to “Titchwell Marsh

  1. This is such an open landscape, goes wide and high. I really like the different moods you have captured of the marsh landscape.

  2. Lovely wetland images, very peaceful! We’re contemplating an Ireland – Wales – England trip in the Spring (not in that order). It doesn’t look like we’d get up to your part of England, but who knows, it’s all in the very early planning stages now.

  3. p.s. – I agree with Otto, the variety of moods is excellent.

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