On the way to Sandringham I spotted a ruin in a field. We decided to visit it on the way back. The ruin is the remains of the Church of St James, Bawsey.
The sun was low and casting its magical golden light across the countryside. I hung back and took this shot. I'm glad I didn't delay, or decide to take it on the way back, because within minutes the sun had disappeared behind a dark heavy cloud, not to reappear again that day and the whole sky had transformed to an ironclad grey.