We started at Holkham Beach - very, very, very, very WINDY!!!!but found a spot at the edge of the pine woods looking out over the vast beach with the tide way way out in the distance. There was this unusual red plant growing alongside the sand adding to the wonderful soft colours.
Here is a double spread in my Saunders Waterford Artcoe spiral 11" x 8" pad . Got too cold to trouble to add lots more of the pine trees along the bank in the left front before heading off to our next port of call.
We then travelled back along the coastroad stopping at Burnham Overy Staithe for this next double spread. Afraid the right hand page scanned rather darker for some reason, but laying them side by side still gives you the effect of the panoramic watercolour sketch of this busy little harbour and jetty.
Sorry, but this has all been done in rather a hurry, as Clive and I are off tomorrow for a trip to see our son and family in Luxembourg.
When we get back will post sketches from our Sunday at the wonderful Holkham Hall, when we had a stunning bright day sketching outdoors and touring the warm friendly family home.