Foggy Blythburgh I waited all day for the fog to lift but as early afternoon arrived I realised that that was not going to happen! It is only when you travel out on such a day you discover the beauty of the brevity of tones of grey. Visibility was down to about 50 meters but […]
Blyth Estuary A beautiful walk, here sitting on the edge of Deadman’s Covert where a bench has been suitably placed for this wonderful view across the River Blyth. Even better is the wonderful form of the gnarled old Oak tree here in silhouette. If the view is not sufficient then there is the wonderful audible […]
Across the reedbeds to Blythburgh This sketch is from the footpath that runs along the southern banks of the River Blyth on the footpath that leads to the Blythburgh White Hart pub. The path was awash with autumnal colours with beautiful Silver Birch and Oak that has managed to hold onto their leaves after last […]
River Blyth A walk from Tinker’s wood close to Walberswick along the shore of the River Blyth to Blythburgh. Normally at this time of year I would have expected to find some excellent fungi which I hope to draw soon but with the fine weather which continues there is none. But the river looks superb […]
Swallows flying over the River Blyth Sitting in the garden of The White Hart at Blythburgh across the River Blyth. There was a constant stream of Swallows flying along the river edge and in the far distance a visiting Osprey.