Red is the theme for this week’s Suffolk iWitness challenge

Red primulas flowering in the winter sun. Picture: SUE FOSTER

Red primulas flowering in the winter sun. Picture: SUE FOSTER - Credit: sue foster

From bright red flowers to red squirrels and foxes, our Suffolk iWitness members have creatively captured some stunning shots for this challenge.

Red Squirrel. Picture: PETER BASH

Red Squirrel. Picture: PETER BASH - Credit: PETER BASH

Peter Bash sent in a brilliant photo of a red squirrel he saw on his travels, eating food perched on a branch in the trees.

Steam day at Bardwell. Picture: BARRY PULLEN

Steam day at Bardwell. Picture: BARRY PULLEN - Credit: Barry Pullen

Mick Webb sent in a photo from Felixstowe Ferry showing the calmness in the water as the red boat is clearly reflected below amongst the small ripples of water from the wind.

Felixstowe Ferry. Picture: MICK WEBB

Felixstowe Ferry. Picture: MICK WEBB - Credit: Mick Webb

Our winner this week comes from Sue Foster, with her amazingly bright red primulas that are blossoming in her garden under the winter sun.

Wasp on the apple. Picture: JANICE POULSON

Wasp on the apple. Picture: JANICE POULSON - Credit: Janice Poulson

Next week’s challenge is imperfect.

Red fox on Westleton heath. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Red fox on Westleton heath. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: robert mckenna


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We want you to take a look at the objects that have a touch of rust or that aren’t quite symmetrical, be it forgotten boats on the shore or old benches worn through the ages.

To take part, become a Suffolk iWitness member – and you could see your pictures published online on our websites or in one of our newspapers.

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