A Parisian Tunnel on the Suffolk coast!

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By: Jeremy Hennell James
Feb. 21, 2011 - PRLog -- Anyone who has driven on the Boulevard Périphérique in Paris will have been through its tunnels.  The Boulevard Périphérique is the Paris equivalent of London’s North and South Circular roads combined.  A busy, noisy place with drivers rushing from one place to another.  But sometimes they just crawl...
What’s the Boulevard Périphérique got to do with a sea wall on the Suffolk Coast?  The tunnels wind their way under the streets and buildings above you.  As you drive through them you become aware of the columns at the side of the road, following the bends and gradually revealing the way ahead.  At speed, the columns flash past much like trees at the side of the road.  This image reminds me of what you are about to see as you enter the tunnel.
Walberswick, a tranquil village on the coast, is far from the heart of Paris.   Miles of sandy beach to the south and Southwold across the river Blyth to the north.  The buttresses you can see here support a wall which creates a channel at the mouth of the river.  The low tide reveals the “tunnel”.
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Jeremy Hennell James is a wedding, portrait and landscape photographer based in East Anglia. Weddings & portraits capture memories in a moment. Jeremy’s landscapes, often including water, adding an ethereal look to a scene.
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