The Watery Places of Suffolk by Pip WrightWherever I might be, I gravitate towards water. Ponds, lakes, rivers, marshes or the sea - these are the places I love. I firmly believe that a landscape is incomplete without water forming a key part of it.
Assuming I am not the only one who thinks like this, I dedicate this book to all seekers of wet places...
To those who love to lounge beside lakes, to roam by riversides, to malinger in marshes, to go footloose through fens, or tarry on the tideline; this book is for you.
The book has 60 pages with dozens of full colour pictures including some by Suffolk wildlife photographer, Richard Weale.
The Watery Places of Suffolk by Pip Wright
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|Local History Talks|
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|Lucky is the Name|
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|Diary of a poor Suffolk woodman|
|"The Suffolk Gipsy"|
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