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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The land of the £100,000 beach hut

I didn't get away too early and it was foggy but by the time I arrived in Suffolk the sun was shining. With Minsmere calling I drove past to Dunwich Heath. I wandered down the path and didn't have to try too hard to find a singing Dartford Warbler. I saw about 7 Darties! Nice after the hard winter. Also saw Stonechats and a Marsh Harrier.





I then headed to the land of the £100,000 beach hut .... Southwold. It's one of my favourite seaside towns and has a fine church.






























I checked in to the pub and then went to Aldeburgh (the Suffolk coasts other "posh" seaside town). A Sedge Warbler sang in the reed beds by the car park.


I strolled into town for a look about.













Gull pawn!


Minsmere will come, just not tomorrow!

5 comments:

oldcrow61 said...

I guess I can take my hands off my hips and stop the foot tapping now...finally pictures up. Well, where to start! The deer pictures are lovely. I do like the bird statue (another one for the box). lol. That box must be getting pretty full by now. The inside of the church has such wonderful stuff. I have to say that I also like that big sea shell ornament on the beach, (at least I think that's what it is.) Being one who really likes Gulls, I love the gull pictues. A great trip by the looks of it. Looking forward to more.

Cindy said...

.... I always enjoy your photos and lovely to see ones of places I love and visit often. As you say, it is good to see these through a different eye. Cindy

Pete said...

Hi Cindy, its not a part of the country I go to often, I wish I had done the walk from Snape to Iken.

OC - I've got a fleet of tankers lined up.

Janine said...

Great series Pete, just catching up with your adventures. What's the seashell sculpture with the message on it?

Pete said...

Hi Janine

its to celebrate composer Benjamin Britten. The words are from the opera Peter Grimes.

he lived and was buried in aldeburgh