A Trip to Thorpeness, and a Norwich Gig, Suffolk and Norfolk - 9th January 2011

Nosher and Isobel get a spur-of-the-moment baby sitter so we could head off to Norwich for a gig at the Norwich Arts Centre. It's the band "The Miserable Rich", as championed by Marc Riley off of BBC 6 Music, and they are most excellent in what is a very intimate gig. As an encore, they unplug and jump off the stage for a couple of numbers with the crowd. Nosher and Isobel are right at the front and so it's like having a personal performance. Magic. The next day, we hook up with Clive and Suzanne for a trip over to Thorpeness on the coast near Sizewell, taking the van for a spin. Thorpeness, despite being only 4 miles away from the oft-visited Aldeburgh, is hitherto unexplored, and the weather is excellent (for January, at least). Afterwards, it's back for dinner and a chance for Amelia and Fred to run around like lunatics for a couple of hours.

search | slideshow | photos homepage | home

These are cropped thumbnails. Click on an image to view the full photograph.

 
Firt on support at the Norwich Arts Centre: Ethan Ash
 
Second up: Tristram
 
The Miserable Rich do their excellent thing
 
More "Miserable Rich" action
 
The sound desk at the Norwich Arts Centre after the gig
 
Fred the Head in Mere Moments Café, Diss
 
Buggies are extracted from the vans
 
Thorpeness clapper-board houses
 
A bunch of swans
 
The iconic "House in the Clouds" and the Thorpeness windmill
 
Contra-jour beach-front houses
 
Amelia and Ellie on the beach
 
Ellie, Amelia and Suzanne mess about
 
A rusted steel rope on the beach
 
Fishermen on the beach
 
Amelia and Fred hold hands on the beach
 
Driftwood
 
Amelia and Clive
 
Clive, Isobel, Suzanne, Fred, Ellie and Amelia sit on the driftwood log
 
Nosher and Isobel
 
Walkers on the beach
 
Fred runs around by a digger
 
Nosher casts a very long shadow
 
A picnic by the vans
 
Fred pokes about in the van
  
   

photos homepage | home
© nosher.net

Creative Commons License

Where appropriate, these images are licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional