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Fishing boat, Southwold
Drawn from the edge of the River Blyth close to the Harbour Inn in Southwold looking across the river towards Walberswick at a red fishing boat moored to it’s stage. Behind the very popular river footpath that leads to Walberswick.
Common Larch cones
One of those days when events shove the sketch well into the evening so quite a late post of some Common Larch (Larix desidua) cones found lying on the floor in Kessingland Church’s graveyard.
Passenger Liner Arcadia
A big surprise when we arrived at the beach today to find a passenger liner at anchor off the beach. Being the geek I am I used an app on my phone to find out what boat it is and I found the P&O liner “Arcadia” which is en-route from Oslo to Amsterdam. I am a little unsure as to why it is here and I can’t imagine how this is the normal route. So Happy Christmas to all the passengers and crew on board (about 2700). In the foreground is a Sweet Chestnut tree trunk that was washed up last summer onto the shingle.
Moored on the Blackshore
Such a chilly wind today in Southwold on the Blackshore that seems the same whatever the day. I loved the old posts that were sticking out the mud in the forground.