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Sunbathing animals have been making the most of the weather

PUBLISHED: 05:40 12 August 2018

French bulldog loving the water  Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSS

French bulldog loving the water Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSS

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Last week’s iwitness24 challenge was to capture a photo that showed the heatwave in all it’s glory.

Deer seeks shade from the blazing sun  Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLDeer seeks shade from the blazing sun Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Robert McKenna sent in a brilliant photo of a seal laying out on the beach seemingly soaking up the sun.

Horse rolling in the warm  Picture: FRANCES CRICKMOREHorse rolling in the warm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

Francis Crickmore captured a very opportunistic shot of a horse rolling around in the field, enjoying the summer sun and basking in the warmer temperatures - although they could now be nothing but a distant memory.

Birds taking advantage of the bath  Picture: PETER CUTTSBirds taking advantage of the bath Picture: PETER CUTTS

Our winner this week though comes from Christopher Cross. His photo of his son’s French bulldog taking the time to cool off by taking a quick dip in the waters, with his head just poking out from the water as he swims was our top pick.

Relaxing in the sun  Picture: ROBERT MCKENNARelaxing in the sun Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Suffolk is full of history from it’s castles to it’s towns, so with this in mind our challenge next week is to capture the history that is all around our varied county.

Apples ripening in the heat  Picture: JULIE KEMPApples ripening in the heat Picture: JULIE KEMP

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