Blakeney Harbour Blakeney is a beautiful village on the Norfolk coast. It became a fishing port after it was founded in 1240 but today relies on us tourists. Blakeney Point is where you'll find Blakeney National Nature Reserve (National Trust) & it is home to a variety of birds & plants.
A photograph of the Mushroom Hotel taken in 1886. To the left of the pub is the premises of Edward Nunnage Ship Chandlers and Provision Dealers. This was where the ferry would take people from newcastle to gateshead, one of many ferries running on the river because of the lack of foot bridges at that time.
Circular Quay, the hub of Sydney Harbour, is situated in a small inlet called Sydney Cove, founding site for Australia / A stepping-off point for most attractions around the harbour & an exciting place to be on a warm summer's day / The Overseas Passenger Terminal is centre & Museum of Contemporary Art left foreground / The quay is a vibrant, bustling place with ferries leaving every few minutes to different parts of the harbour, including Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman & Taronga Park Zoo.