Sprawling Suffolk fields feature in this week’s landscapes challenge

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE

What landscape best sums up Suffolk for you? this was the question we asked our community if iWitness photographers this week.

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE

David Lamming sent in a brilliant photo from a sunny day along the River Deben showing the haze of the summer sun shining down on the boats.

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE

Steve Coates shared a photo of the footpath leading to Hemley showing off trees growing over the well-trodden footpath.

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE

The winning photo this week comes from Frances Crickmore of a typical Suffolk landscape, It depicts cows grazing as the sprawling fields carry on in to the distance.

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE

Next week’s challenge is called summer’s end.

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

WINNER: Top of the hill at Fen farm Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: FRANCES CRICKMORE


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We want to see your photos taking advantage of the last remnants of summer 2018. The balmy days are slowly ebbing away as we gradually move into autumn so make the most of this last opportunity.

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