We took in some air today. Sunshine and sea were the hope but as ever we hoped for variety. Walking around the town of Southwold on the Suffolk coast gives us that. We strolled through a seared landscape of both colourful and burnt gorse
meandered by the ditches and dykes that keep the fields drained and allow wild flowers to bloom and caterpillars to thrive
bumbled past the small, still active harbour on the river Blyth
and back to the town itself
with its lighthouse quaint all-sorts beach huts and pier, via dunes and long Sandy beach.
This is part of Jo’s Monday walks, here