2019 has officially kicked off and Katie and I have found ourselves in the busiest periods of our life. I like being busy, but I prefer the slow-life-approach, so being busy now is great and it is not so great. It is not so great, because I am busy with other things rather than practising and enjoying some exciting sign-hunting missions.
Anyway, the good thing is that there is no chance that I would any soon run out of resources to keep this blog running for a long time, and fantastic new challenges have been confirmed for this year which will bring new materials on-board. But before we get into the newer stuff, I have just discovered a folder with many pre-selected images of Norwich. I went there and therefore these pictures were taken in the Summer of 2014. It is time for me to share them with you!
Norwich is the county town of Norfolk and it is a slightly bigger place than our lovely Shrewsbury. Norwich, however, has a cathedral, so according to the good old practice, it is the proud owner of the city status.
It is a beautiful settlement with pretty buildings. When I got there for the first time though, it was late evening, so my photos are a little bit dark. The next day, however, brought a lot of precious sunlight into the city, so I had more chance to take better (not best haha) photos. Please enjoy them!
~ Laszlo #thesignhunters
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