Thursday, 29 September 2011

Walking Woodbridge

Suffolk Online - Woodbridge Birds

Spurred on by all round ace tweep, @artisanfoodman, it’s way past time for another Suffolk Online posting. In fact there are at least twenty waiting in the wings but, today, we have to share our Woodbridge walk inspired, again, by Artisan Foodman.

Albeit relative newbies to Suffolk, we thought we knew Woodbridge pretty well. Certainly the town centre and around, and the great river walks by the station.  A friend mentioned another bit of river last week and @artisanfoodman tweeted poetically about dewy cobwebs, wildlife and mystic views.  So we decided to make yesterday’s dog walk a mission to find them. In fact it’s one of those discoveries you’re torn about sharing. Better perhaps for it to remain a best kept secret so you can keep it to yourself and a few chosen friends.

We’re not going to tell you too much about how to find it but it’s not that hard. Just find the river and a nature reserve somewhere west of Woodbridge centre.  If you get the time and the light right nature’s designed the scenery to frame great photos of the birds there. Unfortunately we didn’t quite perfect it so you either just get the birds or the frame and we decided on the birds!

As we’ve tweeted at least 100 times in the past few weeks, Suffolk is an amazing place and there’s so much more to discover!

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