Tag Archives: Coastal erosion

Sunday Picture Post: Another Day by the Sea

2nd March 2021, not the warmest of days. Mist hangs heavy all day. But we’re geared up for the walk, so we’ll do it. Starting at North Lowestoft where the sea has swallowed the beach… We keep to the prom… … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: August by the Sea

Saturday 1st August and denied the overseas locations, people are arriving at our coast. The sun is bright and hot, and the sea looks inviting. Huh, they don’t know how cold the North Sea! Early, and so as yet it … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: By the Coast Part 2

For the second half of this journey, we’ll start at Gorleston and finish at Corton (last week’s Part 1 included Lowestoft to Corton) 8:00 am. Low tide. Looks peaceful, doesn’t it? Huh. The one-time groyne is now buried beneath the … Continue reading

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I Have the Power

Nature, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek Low tide: 7:30 High tide: 13:30 This photo 9:30… a way to go Coastal erosion here is a problem. These chunks of granite are the only defence And sand the nature of … Continue reading

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Dunwich River

Dunwich, situated at the mouth of the Dunwich River, was chosen, c.630, by Saint Felix, the first bishop of the East Angles, to be his seat. And there the East Anglian bishopric sat until the thriving kingdom was overrun by … Continue reading

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