Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh pictures. Aldeburgh, a seaside town (formerly a fishing village and busy port, currently more like a holiday resort) in Suffolk.

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On the Suffolk coast in Aldeburgh

Jumping seagull

Garden sprinkler turned up a bit too high - the countryside near the Suffolk coast

Deckchairs on Aldeburgh beach

Dog's perspective

Kids

Angler

Not being too well-known, Aldeburgh beach isn't too crowded even on sultry days

An unusually hot day for England

Shellfish farm

Tudor architecture

Mother and daughter

No dogs on beach May-Sept

All this stress is just too much to take...

Modern-day pirate ship

While pubs don't serve food in the afternoon until 7pm, the two fish & chips shops in Aldeburgh have queues tens of metres long - for some reason locals don't really seem to grasp the concepts of supply and demand

The queue started out with about 10 people, and then kept getting longer and longer

Old boat

A box of rusty anchors on the beach - I wonder where they got them

It's not cheap

The Aldeburgh seaside with two nuclear reactors (Sizewell A and B) hidden in the scenery

Boat accessories

While South England's rainy reputation is just a myth, scenes like this one aren't that common in this region

Fishing(?) boats on Aldeburgh's coast with the fake pirate ship's flags in the background


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