Today’s trip out was our regular visit to Aldeburgh for fish and chips, and then a visit to Snape for a look at the River Alde there.

I have taken The Scallop before but went bananas on the processing today…too much? I like it so it stays 😉

More photos after the break…

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I’ve done a lot of driving today. We headed out to Wingfield near Eye and had a look at the EAF (East Anglian Photographic Federation) Exhibition (including 2 of my pictures). We were surprised to find about 10 other people in attendance which bodes well for the number of people visiting. We then scooted over to Aldeburgh to have fish and chips on the beach, then finally back north to Lowestoft to visit Somerleyton Hall…more pics to follow ;-). We finally got home about 7.00pm having had a very pleasant day out.

I particularly liked this shot (one of a fair number!) of the black headed gull because of the toy town effect on the boats in the background.

We saw this Starling marching down the path between the shore and the front at Aldeburgh – he definitely had things to do and people to see.

A common sight on the North Sea coastline are groynes, ordinarily these are pretty old and derelict, but Aldeburgh have a set of nice new ones.