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Lucky shot for north Norfolk holidaymaker

PUBLISHED: 15:06 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:14 07 February 2018

A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)

A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)

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Take a look at these fantastic pictures of a kingfisher enjoying the snow at Blakeney Point.

A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)

When Rosie Barrett was holidaying along the north Norfolk coast, she captured a rare and rather beautiful sight.

A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)

These pictures show a kingfisher - a notoriously difficult bird to photograph - caught in the snow at Blakeney Point.

A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)A rare shot of a Kingfisher in Blakeney Point (Image: Rosie Barrett)

And the image is even more unusual - the boat featured in the shots also has Rosie’s name.

Rosie, from Essex, says Norfolk is her favourite holiday destination and was staying in East Ruston.

“I am still so thrilled with the shots, I was so lucky!” she said.

Do you have any images of birds around our county? Email mariah.feria@archant.co.uk or upload your photos to www.iwitness24.co.uk


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