The Ashes and “Danger – Tidal Land”

Congratulations to Michael Clarke for breathing life into a game that looked to be securely in its coffin courtesy of some inclement weather and a very slow pitch.

Thanks to his bold declaration, setting England 227 in 45 overs, the match was fully alive until the current bad light rule, with its blanket ban on the exercise of common sense, put paid to the match with four overs remaining.

The second part of the title refers to an area of land, well stocked with warning signs, which consists largely of reed bed and the remains of the odd boat, on which some Einstein of local/regional government has decided it would be sensible to build 300 new dwelling places!!!!

I have been out on a walk past this area today and taken a number of photographs which make the point quite nicely…


Author: Thomas

I am a founder member and currently secretary of the West Norfolk Autism Group and am autistic myself. I am a very keen photographer and almost every blog post I produce will feature some of my own photographs. I am an avidly keen cricket fan and often post about that sport.

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