Suffolk Landscape Images
The Suffolk Landscape
Scenic places of interest in Suffolk that are excellent for landscape photography
The County has a coastline that stretches for 50 about miles through heritage coastline and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. One of the largest seaside towns is Lowestoft. It has a large sandy beach (pictured). Also known as The Sunshine Coast it is also is the most easterly point in Great Britain. It is an excellent area to photograph a sunrise.
Pictured are fishing boats on Dunwich beach. Dunwich is a small village and is my favourite place to get some tasty fish and chips. The area is also superb for rambling. Aldeburgh has pebble beach and is a magnet for tourists.
Boats on Dunwich Beach
Thorpeness is a picturesque holiday village with a Mere. Furthermore it has lots of mock Tudor houses and you cannot miss the spectacular House in the Clouds (pictured).
The House in the Clouds
Southwold pictured is one of my favourite places to visit with it's beach huts, lighthouse, pier and charming pubs. Just south of Southwold is Walberswick a rather nice haunt for artists, writers and photographers who find inspiration in its nostalgic character and beauty.
Southwold panorama from the pier
The Broads National Park
Although the Broads is mainly associated with Norfolk around 5% of the area is also in the County. Beccles a town on the River Waveney is well worth a visit and a walk along the river to Geldeston is a real pleasure. Beccles Quay is shown in the photo.
Surrounding Dunwich is a spectacular heathland such as the example in this photo at Westleton. In July and August the pink - purple heather flowers in abundance.
© Suffolk Landscape Images Photographer: David Woodcock