Snowdrop Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Yesterday we made a pilgrimage to Walsingham in North Norfolk for the snowdrops. What a fabulous few hours, with some rare sunshine and carpets of snowdrops to inspire and uplift. Here are a few too many photograpsh:
 
Rescue lurcher/Staffie Coota sat beatifully for a photo 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
And just to show you how blue the sky was:
I love red bricks, and patterns, so couldn't resist some details from the buildings:
 
 
And then we had a quick dash to The Victorian Tea Rooms in Cromer for a cuppa and a cake 
and to pick up a table and chairs for outside the studio - for summer time coffee breaks
Our Norfolk round trip took us to Burnt Fen Alpacas on a bit of a whim. They are such beautiful animals - sorry the photos aren't so good, but they were very unsure of their introduction to Coota. I came away with a bag full of more fibre for my work too.
 
Coota made a real friend with Red. They played themselves to a standstill!
 A lovely day out, finishing off with another cuppa at the home of wood turner, Paul Williams where I think I have finally decided on the fountain pen for me