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The extensive sand and shingle beach at
Walberswick is shielded from the village
itself by a range of grassy dunes and
heathland and the River Blyth estuary
(upstream is Blythburgh, with its famous
church). Apparently Walberswick is home to
the World Open Crabbing Championships
every August - so there's reason enough to
come here. And if you do, you'll find a
couple of good pubs, plenty of 'nature' in
the shape of meadows, marsh and nature reserves, a one-woman ferry (in summer only)
across to the road which leads to Southwold (now Suffolk's primary 'resort', when it
used to be Felixstowe), and cafes and antique shops and all mod cons. Well, some mod
cons - this is Suffolk after all.
This infra-red picture was taken on a day that turned out to be not one for sitting on the
beach and contemplating one's good fortune at being in Suffolk, but for legging it to the
Bell for a good lunch. Which is worth contemplating even when it's not raining.
The extensive sand and shingle beach at Walberswick is shielded from the village itself by
a range of grassy dunes and heathland and the River Blyth estuary (upstream is
Blythburgh, with its famous church). Apparently Walberswick is home to the World Open
Crabbing Championships every August - so there's reason enough to come here. And if
you do, you'll find a couple of good pubs, plenty of 'nature' in the shape of meadows,
marsh and nature reserves, a one-woman ferry (in summer only) across to the road
which leads to Southwold (now Suffolk's primary 'resort', when it used to be Felixstowe),
and cafes and antique shops and all mod cons. Well, some mod cons - this is Suffolk after
all.
This infra-red picture was taken on a day that turned out to be not one for sitting on the
beach and contemplating one's good fortune at being in Suffolk, but for legging it to the
Bell for a good lunch. Which is worth contemplating even when it's not raining.
The extensive sand and shingle beach at
Walberswick is shielded from the village
itself by a range of grassy dunes and
heathland and the River Blyth estuary
(upstream is Blythburgh, with its famous
church). Apparently Walberswick is home to
the World Open Crabbing Championships
every August - so there's reason enough to
come here. And if you do, you'll find a
couple of good pubs, plenty of 'nature' in
the shape of meadows, marsh and nature reserves, a one-woman ferry (in summer only)
across to the road which leads to Southwold (now Suffolk's primary 'resort', when it
used to be Felixstowe), and cafes and antique shops and all mod cons. Well, some mod
cons - this is Suffolk after all.
This infra-red picture was taken on a day that turned out to be not one for sitting on the
beach and contemplating one's good fortune at being in Suffolk, but for legging it to the
Bell for a good lunch. Which is worth contemplating even when it's not raining.

Dark day on the beach

The extensive sand and shingle beach at Walberswick is shielded from the village itself by a range of grassy dunes and heathland and the River Blyth estuary (upstream is Blythburgh, with its famous church). Apparently Walberswick is home to the World Open Crabbing Championships every August - so there's reason enough to come here. And if you do, you'll find a couple of good pubs, plenty of 'nature' in the shape of meadows, marsh and nature reserves, a one-woman ferry (in summer only) across to the road which leads to Southwold (now Suffolk's primary 'resort', when it used to be Felixstowe), and cafes and antique shops and all mod cons. Well, some mod cons - this is Suffolk after all. 

This infra-red picture was taken on a day that turned out to be not one for sitting on the beach and contemplating one's good fortune at being in Suffolk, but for legging it to the Bell for a good lunch. Which is worth contemplating even when it's not raining.  

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