Skies of Suffolk on Instagram this week

The sky over Boxford at sunset, criss-crossed with aircraft vapour trails, at 18.01 BST on 21 Octobe

The sky over Boxford at sunset, criss-crossed with aircraft vapour trails, at 18.01 BST on 21 October 2018. - Credit: David Lamming

Take a look at some of the snaps of the sky which have been shared on Instagram in Suffolk over the last seven days.

As Instagram becomes the king of photography, anyone and everyone is sharing fragments of their daily lives on the social media platform.

From oddly shaped clouds, to bright pink sunsets and wintery landscapes, the sky is becoming a great photo opportunity for Instagram lovers – and here in Suffolk there are lots of picture perfect backdrops to make for a great shot.

Here are five photos that the people of Suffolk have shared this week showing variations of the Autumn sky.

Winkingkittenphotography shared this impressive shot capturing a bright pink morning sky saying “now that’s what I call a sunrise.”

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On the first day of November Victoria shared a photo from the other end of the sun scale- capturing an electric orange sunset and saying “farewell October”.

Meanwhile Anne Gould captured the rosy skies of the sugar steam coming from the sugar beet factory in Bury St Edmunds.

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Nina Finbow commented on Anne’s photo saying it “brings back memories of going to school in Bury and living in Ipswich when Claydon sugar beet factory existed.”

A faint rainbow also appeared in the sky this week and was captured by jewellery designer Mary Naunton who said “what a magnificent sky tonight, it’s got a bit of everything, including a rainbow!”

Mary’s Instagram feed is full of brightly coloured landscapes, close-ups of leaves and fury friends – celebrating all things Suffolk.

Southwold beach was captured in a striking way by Martin Roper, who calls himself a “would be photographer”.

The photo pairs pastel coloured beach huts against the striking variation of colours in the evening sky.

Share your photos of burgers, landscapes, beaches or buildings using #Suffolk and we may include them in our next themed round-up.

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