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Postcard from the Suffolk Coast

On a fine day, the narrow, shingle edge that shelters the great reed bed in the wide valley between the villages of Dunwich and Walberswick is one of the great coastal walks. 521 more words

British Wildlife

Dreaming of Walberswick

As the rain keeps us indoors and miserable, i just stop myself dreaming of our Easter Holiday to the seaside village of Walberswick in Suffolk… 194 more words

Travel

St Andrew's Church, Walberswick (2)

The fabric of the exterior of St Andrew’s, Walberswick, is interesting.  Much use was made of the locally available flint stone both for the construction and decoration of the 15th century tower and church.   36 more words

St Andrew's Church, Walberswick

The history of the church of St Andrew at Walberswick tells us a great deal about the vicissitudes of life on the Suffolk coast across the centuries.   196 more words

The Monday Picture

No: 351 Low tide at Walberswick

Fading light and a low tide combined to produce this image.
Fuji X-T10 camera + zoom lens at its widest: 16mm, ISO200, 1/150s, f9. 10 more words

Photography

Cee's Odd Ball Challenge Week 34

Courtesy of crabbing in Walberswick I present for Cee’s odd ball challenge three images taken, one was my first photo of the day, even before taking one of my family or nieces, it was the quirky anchor shaped key holder inside the door of my brother’s holiday cottage that just begged me to take it’s photo, one of the crab salad I had for dinner, I don’t do food photo’s often but having been crabbing it was so vibrant, and my preferred entry which is looking down on to the top of a wooden sea defence groyne  and the beauty of how the grains of sand had blown across the tops to create the patterns, just screamed photo me, photo me. 18 more words

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