Today (Saturday) I decided to try a new (for me) cycle track called Marriott’s Way. It starts in Norwich near Halfords and leads to Aylsham. It is a 26 mile cycle route! The way is for walkers, cyclist and horse riders.
Today, during my trip I saw many interesting landscapes and wild animals like birds, rabbits and also horses, rams and donkeys.
I finished my journey in Whitwell / Reepham which is about 15 miles from the point where Marriott’s Way starts.
I took some photos, the best ones I decided to publish in this post. I used 3 different lenses: Nikkor 55-300mm, Tamron 90mm Macro, Samyang 8mm Fisheye. Please look below and enjoy 🙂
Me on the bike in Norwich
Nice bridge and landscape over a river.
Nice “zip” bench 🙂 Rail sculptures like this one are placed every mile, which helps to mark walking or cycling progress
I found this horse walking freely with broken rope 🙂
Marriott’s Way, asphalted in Norwich becomes little bit muddy after a few miles.
Under a lid there are forms, pencil and… pencil sharpener. I didn’t pay too much attention but I think these form are like questionnaires?
There were few nice bridges like this.
Freeland Corner information board
Another nice bridge
Another information board, this time in Attlebridge
Sheep (rams? ewes?)
Seagull (?) caught a small fish.
Power lines 🙂
This bird is a chaffinch
Me & can opener 🙂
Next information board – Lenwade
Whitwell information board
… and I finished my trip here…
After a few hours I arrived home, done about 35 miles, totally exhausted. But… it was a very good day!