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At the mouth of the River Deben in Suffolk is the hamlet of Felixstowe Ferry. There is a Public House, the Felixstowe Ferry, two cafes and a Fresh Fish Shop where you can purchase local catches. A Ferry runs across the mouth of the river to the Bawsdey Peninsula on the opposite bank. The buildings and appearance of the area has remained largely unchanged for many years but in recent times there has been more building braving the possible threat of flooding from the North Sea.
There are many creeks that radiate from the mouth of the Estuary. This is the view of the Hamlet from one of them.
Taken on a winters morning using a 24mm Prime Lens and a Tripod with a Graduated Filter to balance the light

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