Thursday, 20 June 2013

Dunwich, Suffolk

Dunwich is a very pretty little village on the Suffolk coast. Hundreds of years ago it was one of the largest ports in England, and one of its largest cities. Over time however the coast has eroded away to leave the tiny little village that remains today.




Dunwich Priory.


















Looking over the bay to Southwold (and the lighthouse).



Sizewell nuclear power station.






The beach.





Fishing.


Rain, out to sea.


Is the tide really coming in that quickly?


House Martins hunt over a puddle.


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The reed marshes between Dunwich and Warberlswick.


This is not Dunwich..