Norfolk offers many kinds of beaches. Flat sandy ones, where you have to walk miles to the sea; sandy ones with piers and all the fun of the seaside; and stony ones. I love all of them but on a blowy day little can beat walking along a shingle beach in search of interesting things.
Beachcombing is one of our favourite things so we have a wide and varied collection of stones and shells at home. Good Friday saw us at Cley next the Sea in north Norfolk seeing what we could find. I was rather taken with the pink and white insides of these shells.
The Junior CW’s amassed a collection of razor shells and a particularly lovely crab leg.
I really liked the way this seaweed has wrapped its way around the stone like a fancy Easter Egg.
Do you look for stones and shells on the beach and what do you do with them when you get them home?