Shingle Street 31

Shingle Street, swimmers in lagoon, December 2021

In my last post about Shingle Street (9th September 2021) I mentioned ‘a final visit to be made’ before completing the edit of the photographs.  I made that trip on Sunday 5th December – it’s only a final visit for the purposes book, I’m sure I shall be going back again sometime in 2022.  While much appeared unchanged since my previous time there in April, I saw new things to enjoy and ponder on: building work to extend and improve Salty Dog cottage; a solitary grey seal swimming south about 15m off shore; a group of three people in wet suits and bobble hats swimming like woolly ducks in a lagoon; a flag with an RAF roundel flying near Lavender cottage; black-headed gulls and carrion crows squabbling over the scraps left by a departing fisherman; and a spectacular rainbow spanning from Hollesley to somewhere far out to sea.

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