Glorious sunsets feature heavily in this week’s silhouette iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 11:00 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:25 16 July 2018

Sunset at Bawdsey  Picture: JULIE KEMP

Sunset at Bawdsey Picture: JULIE KEMP

This week we challenged our iWitness community to take test their artistic skills with the theme silhouettes.

Barn Owl silhouette  Picture: ROBERT MCKENNABarn Owl silhouette Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Robert Mckenna sent in a brilliant photo of the silhouette of a barn owl in flight. With a bright background you can cleanly see the lines of the feathers in his wings.

Dandelion in the sun  Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLDandelion in the sun Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Stephen Squirrell got creative with this challenge. He took a photo of hand appearing to cradle the sun, the hand silhouetted against the bright sun.

Busy Felixstowe waters   Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWSBusy Felixstowe waters Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Our winning image this week comes from Julie Kemp, with her photo of a wine bottle, glasses and flowers contrasted against the bright sunset in the background creating a relaxing scene.

Grabbing the sun  Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELLGrabbing the sun Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELL

How do you Enjoy Woodbridge More? We want to see your photos of the annual Woodbridge Regatta, images from inside the Tide Mill and scenes of the bustling town centre for next week’s challenge.

Early morning fishing  Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSSEarly morning fishing Picture: CHRISTOPHER CROSS

We have recently launched the Enjoy Woodbridge More Facebook group and we will be sharing your photos there.

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