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11 Suffolk Instagram photos of the week

PUBLISHED: 10:56 16 October 2017

Pin Mill, Suffolk (c) Tim Hughes, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Pin Mill, Suffolk (c) Tim Hughes, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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We love scrolling through all of the beautiful photos of Suffolk. Here are some of our favourites from this week

1. What a view for a Sunday stroll near Bury St Edmunds

2. You find beauty in the most unexpected places, even at a train station

3. It seems like the railways have been providing lots of inspiration this weekend

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4. Woodbridge still looks beautiful in silhouette

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5. Any UFOs in Rendlesham Forest over the weekend?

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6. Okay this may be a video but how could we not share this idyllic autumn garden?

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7. We mentioned this walk at Pin Mill in our picks for Suffolk’s best woodland walks

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8. It was a bit windy at the weekend but Thorpeness still looked perfect

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9. Autumn encapsulated in one pic at Helmingham Hall

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10. The colours on this Lowestoft sunset are breathtaking

11. This Beautiful Bungay reflection shot is as good a place as any to finish this week’s round-up

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