It’s the start of a new week. How are you? What a barrage of news and announcements!
It can all feel quite overwhelming at times, particularly as new restrictions inhibit our normal lives once again. We are surrounded by news of what we can’t do… so I’ve decided to start this week off thinking about what we can do.
One such activity is going for a walk. Felixstowe is a microcosm of all sorts of varying environments – within a relatively short walk you can encounter beautiful countryside, coastline and rivers, as well as some fascinating urban spots too. On top of that, Autumn is a beautiful season. The ethereal light and warming colours of the trees always create a certain feeling of melancholy and reflection much needed before the hustle and bustle of winter festivities. Our town certainly lends itself to some picturesque Autumnal views: so why not sit back, relax and enjoy a photographic tour around Felixstowe?
Do you feel inspired to head out on a stroll to find some of these delightful spots for yourselves? (Don’t worry if your preference staying put in an arm chair with a brew, these pictures aren’t going anywhere!)
Without further ado we would like to say a huge thank you to photographer supreme Andrew Tink for providing us with these beautiful local shots. I hope this has set your week off to a soothing start. It serves as a timely reminder of the steadily beautiful sights that we continue have on our doorsteps, despite all the other changes and uncertainties that we are currently enduring.
The Felixstowe Book Festival Team