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18 pictures that capture the beauty of Suffolk in the spring

PUBLISHED: 10:47 25 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:47 25 April 2017

'Coastal Path', Mark Seton, Flickr, CC 2.0

'Coastal Path', Mark Seton, Flickr, CC 2.0

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Suffolk is beautiful all year round but there is something about springtime that really makes it special. The sun has started to shine, flowers begin to bloom and the landscape comes to life. Here are 18 photos that capture Suffolk’s beauty in spring

1. As the weather starts to get warmer Suffolk’s already incredible vistas come to life with colour, like this panorama in Shottisham.

2. The footpaths and roads suddenly become inviting stretches for long walks and explorations in the countryside.

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3. They’re perfect for getting some fresh air with the dog (and maybe stopping for a few pints of ale on the way home!)

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4. With blue skies stretching as far as the eye can see, the beaches along the coast become wonderful places to bask in the sun and watch the world go by…

5. And for those brave enough, maybe a dip in the sea.

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6. Even on those days when the sun doesn’t shine they’re still pretty as a picture.

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7. The weekend mornings are bright and peaceful, perfect for a lie in followed by a relaxing breakfast or brunch.

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8. It’s a great time to explore the county and perhaps spend some time in the pretty gardens of Bury St Edmunds

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9. Take a stroll by the estuary in Woodbridge

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10. Pay a visit to one of Suffolk’s splendid market towns such as Framilngham

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11. Or simply marvel at the incredible Suffolk sights such as The House in the Clouds.

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12. Quaint little towns like Lavenham with its pretty cottages are perfect for a lazy Sunday in a cosy pub…

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13. Or a spot of afternoon tea.

14. Treat yourself to a weekend away at the waterfront in Ipswich.

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15. Find a nice spot and watch the sunset…

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16. They’re unforgettable!

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17. There’s beauty to be found all over the county…

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18. You’ve just got to get out and find it!

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