Ducklings, tractors and all things Easter feature in this week’s iWitness challenge

Jack the dog chilling out in the sun on the sunny Easter weekend Picture: JIM ROBERTS

Jack the dog chilling out in the sun on the sunny Easter weekend Picture: JIM ROBERTS - Credit: Jim Roberts

This week we challenged our iWitness members to having a crack at their best Easter photos.

An orange sky over Bungay town Picture: REUBEN HILBORNE-CLARKE

An orange sky over Bungay town Picture: REUBEN HILBORNE-CLARKE - Credit: Reuben Hilborne-Clarke

Tim Garrett-Moore shared with us his picture of some lambs at the Museum of East Anglian Life in Stowemarket.

A rescued duckling Picture: DEBORAH ELLAM

A rescued duckling Picture: DEBORAH ELLAM - Credit: Deborah Ellam

Deborah Ellam has been busy rescuing ducklings over the Easter weekend.

Lambs at the Museum of East Anglian Life Picture: TIM GARRETT-MOORE

Lambs at the Museum of East Anglian Life Picture: TIM GARRETT-MOORE - Credit: Tim Garrett-Moore

Andrew Mutimer went to the third annual Easter tractor Road Run.

Easter weekend at Cambridge on the river Picture: BARRY PULLEN

Easter weekend at Cambridge on the river Picture: BARRY PULLEN - Credit: Barry Pullen

Our winner this week is Julie Kemp with her brilliant photo of a tiny vole next to some Easter chocolate!

3rd annual Easter tractor road run Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER

3rd annual Easter tractor road run Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER - Credit: ANDREW MUTIMER


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next weeks challenge is green fingers so get outside and soak up the natural landscape.

A little vole next to some Easter chocolate Picture: JULIE KEMP

A little vole next to some Easter chocolate Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

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.

Colourful spring flowers Picture: STEVE COATES

Colourful spring flowers Picture: STEVE COATES - Credit: Steve Coates

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