Sunday Picture Post: Lothingland

Lothingland is the ancient name for the North-East corner of Suffolk, and that’s where we’re heading as we catch the 8:00 am bus. We get off just past the James Paget Hospital

In a small woodland, the local children have decked a tree with tributes to the staff of the local NHS hospital: 30th March 2021
The next surprise in the same woodland… 30th March 2021
What a beautiful place, indulging my passion for pylons: 30th March 2021

It was to be an adventure… so there has to be challenges

Went the wrong way. Backtrack or climb the padlocked gate? 30th March 2021
The pines around Lound Lakes: 30th March 2021
The lakes are accessed by fishing licence only: 30th March 2021

I could devote an entire post with photos from the wooded hill around the lakes… but time to move on

Potato planting: 30th March 2021
Off road now, we head to Ashby St Mary’s church: 30th March 2021
Such a delightful Easter view: 30th March 2021

And after a while, it’s back to road-walking

The never-ending perimeter wall of Somerleyton Hall: 30th March 2021
A distant view of the Hall: 30th March 2021

And again off-road via farm-tracks and footpaths

Something’s not quite straight: 30th March 2021

And neither is it quite right. Our path peters out, delivering us into a ploughed field. Um. Lost. We should not have asked for an adventure

This is not where we’re supposed to be. But good news… there’s a bus stop at the end of this very long lane. And it is pretty: 30th March 2021

Hope you’ve enjoyed our walk. It was hot… one of those days that spring borrows off summer. Flowers? Oh, yes, I’ll post those photos on Tuesday

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21 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Lothingland

  1. Sadje says:

    Beautiful photos and walk.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Trent Lewin says:

    Wonderful photos. Felt like I was on the stroll with you.

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  3. Such charming photos!

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  4. A lovely mixture of pretty architecture and country views.

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  5. Deborah says:

    I did enjoy your walk Crispina thank you!

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  6. Dale says:

    Always so enjoyable to join you in your walks

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