Reminiscent of Monet, flowering waterlilies float serenely on the dark waters of
of Cockshoot Broad,
a traditional rich mahogany and white coloured Broads sailing yacht rests, just
the honking dawn call of a flock of departing Canada geese leaving their roosts
at first light,
the rhythmical sound of their feathered wings almost silent overhead quietly
conveys their flight.
Resting on a slender reed, the Broad’s Hawker dragonfly with bands of burnished
orange and gold,
the generous emerald green leaves and sunshine yellow flowers of a waterside
feathered white cirrocumulus clouds tinted with radiant pink light create an
evanescent autumn sunset,
reflected in the mirrored twilight water of Ranworth Broad, the onyx shadow of a
sail boat’s silhouette.
The dawn beauty of sunlit glistening iridescent dew crystals on a diaphanous
waiting at the wide open expanse of Breydon Water for the incoming tidal water
briefly highlighting a stormy sky, an artist’s palette rainbow stretches as far as
the eye can see,
above centuries old manmade broads harvested for peat, with a backdrop of rich
green native trees.
The distinctive high peaked shape of a traditional pleasure wherry’s large white
a striking yellow and blue butterfly delicately feeding on purple thistle flowers,
the rare Swallowtail,
with ever-changing weather, wildlife, smooth waterways and broads,
all that you loved so dear,
when I think of or visit the Norfolk Broads, so full of natural beauty,
this brings you ever closer, brings you ever near.
In loving memory of James Farthing 1929 – 2017
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