Your amazing pictures of Suffolk’s stunning beaches

WINNER - Scenes from Shingle Street beach Picture: PETER CUTTS

WINNER - Scenes from Shingle Street beach Picture: PETER CUTTS - Credit: Peter Cutts

This week we challenged our iWitness members to capture their favourite beaches - and you’ve been sending in a host of sun, sand and sea pictures.

Views at Ramsholt beach Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER

Views at Ramsholt beach Picture: ANDREW MUTIMER - Credit: Andrew Mutimer

This week we challenged our iWitness members to capture their favourite beaches - and you've been sending in a host of sun, sand and sea pictures.

Felixstowe Docks from the View Point cafe Picture: JANICE POULSON

Felixstowe Docks from the View Point cafe Picture: JANICE POULSON - Credit: Janice Poulson

Julie Kemp captured a lovely scene at Sizewell beach of a couple and a dog walking along the sandy shores.

A dog walk on Sizewell beach Picture: JULIE KEMP

A dog walk on Sizewell beach Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

A fisherman waiting for his catch on Dunwich beach Picture: MICK WEBB

A fisherman waiting for his catch on Dunwich beach Picture: MICK WEBB - Credit: Mick Webb

Seaweed washed up on the shores of Felixstowe beach Picture: RACHEL WELLS

Seaweed washed up on the shores of Felixstowe beach Picture: RACHEL WELLS - Credit: Rachel Wells

Janice Poulson shared with us scenes from the View Point cafe, overlooking the shingled beach near Felixstowe port.

Mick Webb visited Dunwich, where he captured a man fishing for a big catch.


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Our winner this week however is Peter Cutts with his brilliant landscape of Shingle Street's stoney shores.

For next week's iWitness, we challenge you to capture some sensational sunsets - so take a long evening stroll and get snapping.

Submit pictures to the iWitness website.

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