I am David Woodcock a professional Suffolk landscape photographer. My work often takes me into the County, so when I get the opportunity, I also take some time out to visit the countryside and capture beautiful scenery. I shoot landscapes to sell as prints and digital images.
See my gallery page (linked from the image above) to see the range of products that you can purchase directly from me. I also sell images as wall art (i.e. prints, canvas prints, framed prints and acrylics) in varying sizes via Photo4me.
Scenic Locations in Suffolk
Suffolk is on the east coast of England south of the county of Norfolk. The coast has cliffs and wide sandy and shingle beaches plus ancient heaths. The County is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the north of the County is the Broads.
My great grandparents lived in Southwold. I love visiting the town famous for it’s coloured beach huts, lighthouse and pier. There a special old world charm about Southwold. If you like drinking beer then you must try the local brews from the Adnams Brewery. The walk north to Covehithe with it’s golden cliffs is also a real treat. To the south is Walberswick another charming beach and a place that is much quieter than Southwold on a hot summers day.
Dunwich Heath with it’s purple flowering heather and yellow gorse is also another treat. It is also a great place to eat freshly caught fish and chips. Much of the old village of Dunwich is now under the sea. It is area where there is much erosion and the landscape is always changing.
To see more of the County, please view the short video slide show below.
Towns and Villages
Please click on the links below to find out more about the County towns :-
Landscape Photographer in Suffolk – Get In Touch
My scenic images will enhance your wall space and give you lots of pleasure for many years. If you are in business my images of local landmarks will greatly strengthen your website. To commission an image, please contact me.
Tel: 01603 402015 | Mobile: 07933 070381
Email: Click Contact on the top menu bar.