Dragonflies, spiders and deer feature in this week’s iWitness details challenge

The centre of a clematis Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

The centre of a clematis Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN - Credit: Angela Goodwin

This week we challenged our iWitness members to capturing the a subject in detail, so they kept their eyes peeled for the intricacies in life.

Close up of a hawker dragonfly Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Close up of a hawker dragonfly Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: Robert Mckenna

Christopher Cross captured a fantastic close up of the front of a spider in it’s web.

Jane George shared with us a close up of an intricate plant during a walk in Kessingland.

Pamela Bidwell captured a camouflaged, dew-soaked Roe deer amongst the rape crop.

But our winner this week is Robert Mckenna with his stunning close up of a Hawker dragonfly.

Dew soaked Roe deer in the race crop Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Dew soaked Roe deer in the race crop Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL - Credit: Pamela Bidwell


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Next weeks challenge is Easter, so share with us new life, Easter bunnies and family fun!

Submit all your pictures to the iWitness website. Are you a member of Suffolk iWitness yet? Join today and your photos could be featured on our websites in future weeks, or in one of our newspapers.

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

The dripping tap at the allotment Picture: MICK WEBB

The dripping tap at the allotment Picture: MICK WEBB - Credit: Mick Webb

An early morning in Kessingland Picture: JANE GEORGE

An early morning in Kessingland Picture: JANE GEORGE - Credit: Jane George

Dew drops on a fallen bramble leaf Picture: JULIE KEMP

Dew drops on a fallen bramble leaf Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

Close up of a spider in it's web Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSS

Close up of a spider in it's web Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSS - Credit: Christopher Cross

A close up of a beautiful Hare Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

A close up of a beautiful Hare Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: Frances Crickmore

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