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11 Suffolk Instagram photos of the week

PUBLISHED: 12:36 21 November 2017

Bungay Castle (c) Andrew-M-Whitman, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Bungay Castle (c) Andrew-M-Whitman, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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You’ve all been very busy with phone or camera in hand this week in Suffolk - here are some of our favourite pictures taken by you

1. Follow the light to Aldeburgh beach!

A post shared by Kristin Perers (@kristinperers) on

2. It’s not every day you see a shipwreck being lifted off the sea bed at Lowestoft!

A post shared by Lyall Pirie (@lyallpirie) on

3. Can you get a more beautifully autumnal shot than this one in Ickworth Park?

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4. Bury St Edmunds looks like something out of a Dickens tale

A post shared by Lisa (@lisa_bland81) on

5. Getting Christmassy near the Abbey ruins

6. Felixstowe is always a cracking place to take the pooch

A post shared by em (@emilyjaf) on

7. A countryside sunset near Kersey is simply majestic

A post shared by harry (@harrybehindthelens) on

8. Incredibly they’re training sled dogs in Brandon Country Park

A post shared by Rachel (@_hopelessly_wandering) on

9. River Blyth on fire

10. The winter frosts are settling in all across Suffolk

A post shared by India Barclay (@indiabarclay) on

11. The River Waveney near Bungay finishes off this week’s round-up

A post shared by Andrew Atterwill (@otterman1) on

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