Autumnal #Suffolk scenes shared on Instagram
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With more than 300 million active users and 70 million photos posted each day, Instagram is one of the fastest-growing forms of social media.
Users share photos of pets, friends, food and beauty spots - including those in Suffolk and here we bring you a round up of the best #Suffolk images shared in recent days.
This morning Sally Oliver posted a photo showing the sun peeping out on a windy east coast and tagged it #thorpeness #eastofengland. Complimenting the photo, one follower said it was “like a Turner painting - beautiful.”
Amateur photographer William Collins has received nearly 450 likes for his image of Southwold harbour at low tide.
Followers have praised him for the “beautiful capture”.
Re-posting a photo of Dunwich Heath taken by another user, the National Trust said: “Misty mornings are just one of the great things about autumn. Along with weekend #GBwalk followed by a bowl of warming soup - what else do you love to do at this time of year?”
And a follower responded: “Lovely ethereal quality to this shot with the heather in foreground.
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A poppy wreath can be seen in the centre of a photo of St Andrew’s Church, Covehithe.
Set against a sunny autumn backdrop, the church looks resplendent.
Kristie Smith asked her followers: “How beautiful is Suffolk? #suffolk #running #morningwin”
Her photo shows a stunning sunrise with rich burgundy hues and a delicate purple sky.
English apples are now in season and Daisy the sheep was eating local this morning.
Jeannie Gardner posted a photo with the caption: “Crab apple breakfast for Daisy this morning #Suffolk #sheep #mygirls”.
A dozy tawny owl baby was the focus of another photo shared by a user from the county.
It was asleep in a field when the shot was taken.
Another coastal photo, captioned “catch of the day” shows a dusky scene on the River Orwell at Nacton.
The blue and purple tones create a nostalgic feel to the photo.
Strong autumn colours show in this photo taken at Pin Mill on the opposite side of the river.
The image is captioned #goodtimes #suffolk #autumn #autumncolours #sailboat #pinmill #water.
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