Walberswick is another hidden gem of the Suffolk Coast with lots of visitors visiting it’s famous neighbour in Southwold but I imagine not quite enough venturing across the river to this quaint village and great beach. The village itself backs onto the river Blyth that divides it from Southwold and alongside the river are popular mooring spots for boats a small ferry that takes visitors to and fro across the river and then a lovely section of beach backed by beach huts.
I met up with a lovely family earlier this summer many of whom had travelled over from Australia for a family gathering in beautiful Suffolk. We planned to head to Walberswick to take advantage of a gorgeous sunny afternoon on the beach and among some of the lovely scenery of the village’s riverside.
We sat among old open wooden fishing boats, and quaint riverside chalets, walked across the “crabbing” bridges that are popular place to catch crabs in this area, and then across the dune system to the sea. After a little while playing in the surf the family were ready to head back to their accommodation for some well earned rest.
It was a lovely afternoon and great to visit such a lovely location to take some photographs for a great family.
I delivered a USB of photographs to the grandparents of the family at their home in Suffolk and made the photographs from the session available to download from my image storage website. This is a great way to share photographs from a session with family who have travelled overseas to be together.
I hope you like some of the photographs and will consider me when you want a Suffolk Family Photographer.