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Aldeburgh is a very pleasant little seaside town on the Suffolk coast. There is a long shingle beach on which many small fishing boats are dotted around, which make great subjects to shoot. There is a well known and controversial sculpture by Maggi hambling of a scallop located on the North end of the beach which can make an interesting and unusual focal point. The long undulating beach lends itself well to windswept winter landscapes, and as a working fishing port there ar emany good details to be found.

Being on the East coast the sun rises over the sea so morning is usually best for light.

The town itself is a quaint little place, with all the usual seaside cafes, restaurants and shops to make it an enjoyable day out. The half timbered Moot Hall stands almost on the beach, though isnt situated particularly well for landscape shots. There is also a Martello tower and ad generally an interesting selection of architecture throughout the town.

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