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Great holmertz 2022-10-07 7:04

Hello Bev,
Both photos are interesting, and I don't even have to say they are well taken. I must admit that I didn't immediately understand how this wooden wall could make much difference, but then I found a site called visitnorthnorfolk.com, where a very interesting aerial view made things much clearer. I can't remember having ever seen a beach like that before. The WS makes me curious of what I see on the wall to the right. Is there a large painting? If so, don't you have any photos of it?
Today I also learned the word 'groyne'. I will try to remember it. ;-)
Kind regards,
Gert

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Old 10-07-2022, 03:27 PM
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Hello Gert,

I cannot show everywhere that I have seen groynes but I remember posting this from Brittany where the groynes are different but serve the same purpose.
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Eu...oto1125480.htm

As regards the paintings on the wall, there are several and I didn't capture them this time as I posted examples when I previously visited Sheringham https://www.trekearth.com/viewphotos.php?l=7&p=1542045

I hope this helps, Bev :-)
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Thank you Bev for reminding me of what I had forgotten after a few years.
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