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Following the line of sight in this week’s iWitness photos

PUBLISHED: 08:30 02 July 2018

Vapour trails across the early morning sky Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Vapour trails across the early morning sky Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

This week we set a challenging task of looking for natural lines to lead the images in our iWitness photos.

Dust coming out of the combine Picture: ANGELA GOODWINDust coming out of the combine Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

Philip Jones sent in a photo of some of the defences along the beach at Minsmere showing off the lines that disappear into the distance.

Felixstowe Ferry and the leading lines of the sea wall Picture: PETER OSBORNEFelixstowe Ferry and the leading lines of the sea wall Picture: PETER OSBORNE

Jim Roberts shared a photo from his travels showing tracks from a funicular railway in Hastings.

A chimney pot in Tuddenham Road, Ipswich Picture: JANICE POULSONA chimney pot in Tuddenham Road, Ipswich Picture: JANICE POULSON

The winning image this week comes from Pamela Bidwell, with her photo of an early morning sky with multiple vapour trails cutting across it.

Hastings Funicular railway Picture: JIM ROBERTSHastings Funicular railway Picture: JIM ROBERTS

Next week’s challenge is entitled ‘Summer’.

Tank defences on the beach at Minsmere Picture: PHILIP JONESTank defences on the beach at Minsmere Picture: PHILIP JONES

How are you coping with the heatwave? Are you spending long days on the county’s beautiful beaches, strolling through shaded forests or enjoying the blooms in your garden?

Lines across the buildings leading to the Tide Mill in Woodbridge Picture: SUE FOSTERLines across the buildings leading to the Tide Mill in Woodbridge Picture: SUE FOSTER

We want to see photos of people make the most of the weather; of the bright colours of summer and of fresh blue skies.

Not signed up? Become a Suffolk iWitness member here and you could see your pictures published on our websites or in one of our newspapers.


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