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Sun sun sun feature in this week’s iWitness photos

PUBLISHED: 19:45 09 July 2018

Enjoying the summer sun and walking amongst the Lavender field Picture: JANICE POULSON

Enjoying the summer sun and walking amongst the Lavender field Picture: JANICE POULSON

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This week we tasked our iWitness members to take advanatage of the heat wave in the region by capturing summer pictures.

Messing about on the river at Flatford Picture: ANGELA GOODWINMessing about on the river at Flatford Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

Angela Goodwin sent in a photo of people messing about on the river at Flatford in the sun.

Amazing summer sunset at Aldeburgh Picture: JULIE KEMPAmazing summer sunset at Aldeburgh Picture: JULIE KEMP

Mick Webb shared a photo he took as he watched the summer sun set at Cromer.

Watching the sun set at Cromer Picture: MICK WEBBWatching the sun set at Cromer Picture: MICK WEBB

The winning image this week comes from Janice Poulson, with her photo of people enjoying the summer sun and walking amongst the lavender fields.

Blues skies and flowers in full bloom Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLBlues skies and flowers in full bloom Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Next week’s challenge is entitled ‘Silhouettes’

Walk through the flowers in full bloom Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELLWalk through the flowers in full bloom Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELL

We want our members to be creative once again and capture pictures of silhouettes. Strong lines, shapes, and colours are what make the best silhouettes.

The beach at Felixstowe as the waves come in Picture: RACHEL WELLSThe beach at Felixstowe as the waves come in Picture: RACHEL WELLS

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