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Gallery: Love is in the air as iwitnesses celebrate Valentine’s Day

17:57 11 February 2013

Red bucket at Dunwich by Stephen Squirrell

Red bucket at Dunwich by Stephen Squirrell

RED is the colour of love, anger, danger and so much more but what does the colour mean to you?

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching we asked iwitness members to send us photos and video of their interpretation of the colour red.

From scarlet red pillar boxes to warm red skies, your pictures show the different shades of this domineering colour.

We have even seen some bright red flowers, ready to be sent to a secret Valentine on Thursday.

Send us your photos to suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk or tell your girlfriend, wife, husband or fiance just how special they are to you using our online message board.

Click on the Valentine’s link under our news page.

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