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near Blythburgh, England (United Kingdom)
Lovely walk through the woods, we decided to do the coastal route back up to Dingle Marsh, and due to the winter storms this is now a little difficult at high tide due to the sea breeching the shingle bank. This route may not be available for much longer as the coastline is changing dramatically, but well worth a visit just to get some idea of the power of the sea.
Some of the photos are taken about a 1/4 mile from the sea, and give a height of the storm surge (over 5 feet), must have been quite scary.
Moderate due to the very real danger of being cut off by a high tide, please do be carefull.