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15th June 2019 – Flatford Mill

We spent a couple of hours touring around “Constable Country” on the Essex/Suffolk border visiting Dedham, East Bergholt and Stoke by Nayland on our way to Walberswick in Suffolk. The most interesting, from my point of view, was the visit to Flatford Mill near East Bergholt where John Constable painted the Hay Wain, one of his most famous landscapes.

DSC05896Willy Lott’s house – the setting of John Constable’s The Hay Wain (2019)

DSC05930A print of the The Hay Wain by  John Constable (1821)

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DSC05895Flatford Mill

DSC05884.jpgValley Farm

There were a couple of opportunities for nature photos here as there was a robin at the National trust café and a female broad-bodied chaser and some blue damselflies in a lovely little wildflower garden run by the RSPB.

DSC05928Robin

DSC05967Female broad-bodied chaser

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DSC05994Damselflies

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