Ingress Woodbridge

There are places and details in Woodbridge I have noticed since playing Ingress, an augmented reality game from a division of Google. Some have been accepted as in-game portals, others not. The observation and photography is a daily pleasure. I don't use a proper camera because my smartphone gives me ample creative quality.
When Ingress first started in November 2012 there were no portals in my home town so I set about submitting them. By February 2013 I had half a dozen portals and presently (November 2013) there are around 60. Nearly all are my submissions so I have created a thriving game for other local Ingress agents and myself. And I dominate my town by holding narly all the portals in he name of my faction - the Resistance.

Blue plaque noting the house where poet Edward Fitzgerald lived in Pytches Road, Woodbridge.
He translated from the Persian The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, which he first published anonymously in 1859.

Carved heads on The King's head pub, Market Hill.

Door knocker in Cumberland Street.