Beach 6 – Shingle Street Beach – from every angle

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I am currently doing my 2nd 366, it’s another leap year; posting ( not taking!) at least 1 photo every day. My last one was in 2012

There will certainly be variety

This is number 295

I have been away for a few days in my camper van in Suffolk, photographing both the coast and nearby forestry.  So the next couple of weeks will feature photos from this area. 

Shingle Street is a small coastal hamlet in Suffolk, it’s eerily isolated which makes it intriguing

Shingle Street beach is much loved by photographers and I thought it would make a change to feature one of them as the evening light faded fast.

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Shingle street 1 (1 of 1)

 

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Shingle street 3 (1 of 1)

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Below is the original reason for starting this 366, before the pandemic hit. Now I find myself adding recently taken photos instead

Part of why I am doing this 366 is because I take a lot of photos, I love being out and about, but often they are not looked at for months or even years  and this exercise encourages me to look at them and choose favourites. When my last 366 ended I made 4 photo books of my favourites. I intend to do that again.

If you don’t already know my other blog 1500 Saturdays I hope you’ll pop over and take a look, though I don’t post much these days here     

 

 

4 thoughts on “Beach 6 – Shingle Street Beach – from every angle

  1. Great photos from a great location. Hope you enjoyed your trip to Suffolk. PS I am the man you met at Felixstowe on the rocks!

    • Ah Hello !! and welcome.. .
      Ps I met several men on rocks during this trip.. 🙂
      Were you the man who helped me get off the rocks at Cobbold?
      I hope you will follow my blog for a while because there will be photos from Cobbold all in good time.. Doing tree photos from Sutton heath first

      • lol, yes I am the man who helped you off the rocks at Cobbold point. Same man who thought he had lost his phone!
        I will follow your blog as I love to see photos of this area. I know Sutton heath well as my Mother in law lives in Sutton. I grew up in Hollesley and used to go swimming in the sea at Shingle St during the summer

      • Thank you again for the help 🙂 I thought about that phone on and off for hours after! The look on your face when you thought you had lost it was terrible and I know how I would have felt!

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