Photos of Suffolk
Photos of Suffolk
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Some stunning photos sent in by first time Suffolk tourist Pete Goldsmith - we think he must be a pro!
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Not just birds at RSPB Minsmere
- Dragons too!
I took this photo of a magnificent and rarely seen poppy field near Leiston Abbey
around the time we were all commemorating the 70th Anniversay of D-Day in June 2014 - it seemed very apt
This amused me recently - 2 ducks on a roof top looking around and appearing to have a good chat!
The bluebell & asparagus seasons are with us once again and there's nowhere better to enjoy both treats than Suffolk!
The annual Framlingham
Lawn Tennis Tournament & Suffolk Championships in August held in the stunning grounds of Framlingham College is always well supported
Saxted Green post-mill dominates the broad village green still - built in 1796 it's where the corn was ground for the lords of Framlingham Castle many years ago. Today you can visit it, courtesy of English Heritage
The River Orwell, Ipswich
, on a frosty Winter morning -
These 2 brave souls pitched their portable chairs on Dunwich Beach
November day, while the world carried on around them
Spectacular Autumn Day in Orford - a stroll along the River towards Orford Ness and Aldeburgh makes a perfect dog walk - unless your dog likes paddling in very muddy water!
October - It's deer rutting time on Dunwich Heath
and the deers are out in full force, strutting their stuff and making a lot of noise!Autumn
in Suffolk.Helmingham Hall
in July is the place to be for the annual Suffolk Dog Day
where dogs can let their hair down and have a lot of fun! Lavenham
is decked in Bunting for the Diamond Jubilee
and looking even more impressive than usual. Even the shops are decorated -
The village Peacock here in Westleton
patrols regularly to make sure we're working hard!
An unusual scene at Pin Mill! Someone stole his punt? Unlikely in Suffolk where crime rates are low
Some new sculpture at Glemham Hall Aldeburgh
Caught these 2 cows practising synchronised dancing early one morning -
These are usual sights in Suffolk - big skies
and the sun setting over Southwold
This is not a common sight in Suffolk but you never know....
Topiaries from Topiary Art Designs at Millers Meadow.
November is mushroom season in Suffolk so we're all out foraging - even the dog!
Photo by Olivia Abbott
: Olivia's photos can be bought from www.alamy.com
or email Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.orgDunwich Beach
great for the young & not so young
The purple heather on Dunwich Heath
is stunning late Aug/early Sept and smells as sweet as honey
Strange goings on annually in Westleton
at the Barrell Fair. Yes these people really are just about to Roll Out The Barrell - first one to the bottom of the hill gets to drink it!
Southwold is lovely but abseiling from the lighthouse is not for the faint hearted (nor for me ever again!). I might look as though I'm smiling but those teeth are firmly grittedSouthwold
is a lovely seaside town and, as you can see from the photograph below, a very romantic placePhoto Accredited to Barry Parten of www.1eyestudios.com
May is a great month in Suffolk - the asparagus goes from this
and we have lots of bluebells in the woods too
Previously a co-star in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang this old boy will meet & greet you at Cakes and Ale Holiday Park in Saxmundham
A welcome sign anytime of the year
St Bartholomew's Church, Orford
Orford is a very attractive village just south of Aldeburgh and is the perfect place for a leisurely, foodie weekend break - find out why here - ORFORDPin Mill, Shotley Peninsula
Great new Art gallery in Aldeburgh - see Art Exhibitions
for current listings
See below for the view from her new Gallery tower!
Now here's an invitation that's hard to resist - take your Valentine to a Tea Dance at Barts Hall, Orford! For more things to do please see Valentines in Suffolk
Suffolk is better known for it's Trinity of Suffolk Punch, Red Poll & Suffolk Sheep, but you'll find these strange looking sheep with long necks in Walberswick
Parking restrictions can be tough in Suffolk (during the Summer!)
Autumn is on the way
If you like Mushroom now (September 2010) is the time to Visit Suffolk - they are fantastic and abundant at the moment
Enjoying a Wednesday lunchtime concert in Holy Trinty Church, Long Melford
, thanks to Melford Music Society
Bentwaters Air Show 13th June
May - Classic Car gathering at Middelton. Many of these 'classics' were younger than me!!
RSPB Minsmere from Dunwich Heath, by David Tipling
Some deer trying to hide on Dunwich Heath during the snow
Jan 2010 - A very appropriate exhibition in Aldeburgh given the recent weather - 'Coastal Images' by Tony Pick which includes some snowy scenes of the coast - see Coastal Images in Suffolk Art Exhibitions
Stunning photo of Southwold Pier from Dave Upton from www.daveuptonphotgraphy.co.uk
Even our train stations are architectural masterpieces! - Stowmarket
Crisp winter day during the Bury St Edmunds Festival
- Abbey Gardens providing a tranquil space away from the crowds
Kindly supplied by Lynda Griffin of Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel
These great photos of Dunwich and Thorpeness were sent in by Sylvia Speak who can be contacted at email@example.com. For more images by Sylvia please see - Walberswick Guide
, Dunwich Guide
, and Thorpeness GuideSudbury
is a lovely town with lots to offer, including extensive Marshes on the River Stour, ideal for rambling and birdwatching
Autumn Heather on Dunwich Heath
Caught on Dunwich beach, a fisherman in his tent. My kind of sport!
The following are a collection of photos taken by Jessica Delfino, musician & comedy performer at the Latitude Festival 2009
For a full guide to all of the wonderful festivals happening in Suffolk, please see Suffolk Festivals
Feeding time at Jimmys Farm
- children are encouraged to feed the lambs.
Even the piglets don't mind being stroked - unless they're asleep of course
Perfect Spring driving conditions for this MG car run through Westleton
. Suffolk's country lanes are ideal for these classic cars.
The end of the road at Covehithe
- very Thelma and Louise!
Covehithe Church - fortunately in and amongst the ruins the people of Covehithe have built another church - look carefully!
Greenshoots in Suffolk!
A disconcertingly friendly swan at Melford Hall
Gone Fishing! Weybread Fishery in the Autumn. Check out Fishing in Suffolk
Grounds of Melford Hall
This box of free apples brings a whole new meaning to 'credit crunch lunch'!
Suffolk in the Autumn can be as inviting and colourful as the Summer.
The annual Gosfield Scarecrow Trail takes place in August - it has to be seen to be believed!
Suffolk's very own Stonehenge! Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmunds
Halesworth is one of Suffolk's many hidden gems. Gordon Brown took his summer holiday near there, and it's only 15 minutes from Southwold. See Halesworth
for more information about this lovely town.
This could only be Lavenham
Some Impressive Ipswich Buildings, old and older
Wetheringsett looking colourful in May
Molly with me in the woods in April admiring the bluebells
Stunning Framlingham Castle
Inside Framlingham Castle grounds
Suffolk on Easter Sunday 2008!
Early morning training run in Newmarket
Sky on fire in February
Even on a wet January day Bury St Edmunds looks inviting
Flatford Mill January 2008
Kindly sent in by Gareth Davies of PanodreamPhotos of Suffolk
If it's Christmas it must be time for my annual bath
Two images of LavenhamPhotos of Suffolk
Gainsborough in front of St Peter's Church, Sudbury
An impressive piece of architecture - proving we're not just
a pretty county, we have brains too
Bures High Street November 2007
Thanks to Julie Foster for this Brain Teaser - does anyone know what this white fluffy fungus might be? Apparently it dries to a jet black shell. Please send me an email (address below) if you have any ideas.
Mushrooms on toast anyone?
Whilst out walking in the glorious Autumn sunshine with Molly, my fiercesome hound (see below), I thought of recording some of the sights of Suffolk throughout the seasons. These are amateur shots (I'm sure you guessed!) and I'd be delighted to receive your Photos of Suffolk
too, and post them on here.
Belchamp St Paul Church November 2007
Just send me an email with a jpeg, gip or gif. The email address is below and please mark your subject Photos of Suffolk
or similar so that I know it's not spam. Send anything that inspires you - a building, sky, bird, mushroom, the water.... Suffolk is a feast for the eyes at any time of the year, let's share it!
The Guildhall, Hadleigh
Molly, the softest dog in the world.
TOP MARKS to Gareth Davies
for being the first to send his image of Suffolk in - within an hour of this article going live! VERY IMPRESSIVE, and what a lovely photo of Cavendish Green
it is too. Thank you!
Kindly sent in by Gareth Davies of Panodream
Keep them coming please!
Great place for hide and seek
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