The Titchwell Reserve is two minutes drive away, at the edge of the marshes. From here it is a  landscape of  dykes, fresh and seawater lagoons, and straw coloured reed beds swaying in the chill northerly breeze for as far as the eye can see. Here the beaches are endless, and on mornings like this, with a thin mist rolling off the sea, the sky and horizon merge into one.

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