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Water, water everywhere in our latest iWitness photo challenge

PUBLISHED: 11:05 24 September 2018 | UPDATED: 16:04 24 September 2018

Sea defences at Cobbolds point, Felixstowe Picture: TIM DENNY

Sea defences at Cobbolds point, Felixstowe Picture: TIM DENNY

T.J.Denny

Water was the theme for our iWitness photographers this week, and they rose to the challenge with some fantastic photos.

Deer walking through the water at Minsmere Picture: FRANCES CRICKMOREDeer walking through the water at Minsmere Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

The winning image comes from Tim Denny, and is a stunning water landscape showing the sea defences at Cobbolds Point, Felixstowe, curving away into the distance.

Family of swans, plus other wildfowl taken at Lackford Lakes Picture: JULIE KEMPFamily of swans, plus other wildfowl taken at Lackford Lakes Picture: JULIE KEMP

Water animals and birds provided inspiration for many of our community of photographers. Frances Crickmore captured deer on camera, walking through the water at Minsmere, while Robert McKenna sent in an image of an elusive water vole.

Mallard duck having a bath in our garden pond Picture: JULIE KEMPMallard duck having a bath in our garden pond Picture: JULIE KEMP

Swans at Alderson Lakes near Needham Market provided inspiration for Pamela Bidwell, whose photo features reflections in the water.

Alderson Lake on a sunny day Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLAlderson Lake on a sunny day Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Julie Kemp chose to spotlight a family of swans and cygnets at Lackford Lakes, with other birds in the background, and she also sent in an amazing shot of a Mallard duck surrounded by spray in her garden pond.

Water Vole Picture: ROBERT MCKENNAWater Vole Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Ducks were also the chosen subject for Christopher Cross, who took a picture of waterfowl at Belton.

Wild duck Belton Picture; CHRISTOPHER CROSSWild duck Belton Picture; CHRISTOPHER CROSS

The theme for next week’s challenge is Details. The idea is to focus on elements which are part of a scene. Submit your pictures to the iWitness website.

Are you a member of Suffolk iWitness yet? Click here to join and you could see your photos featured on our websites in future weeks, or in one of our newspapers.

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