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See these brilliant photos of Suffolk rivers

PUBLISHED: 19:32 03 June 2019

'Ratty' the rowing boat on the River Chelsworth  Picture: APRIL URAQUHART

'Ratty' the rowing boat on the River Chelsworth Picture: APRIL URAQUHART

April Urquhart

We take a look at some scenic photography from our iWitness members for this week’s river challenge.

The River Stour as seen from Flatford bridge  Picture: MICK WEBBThe River Stour as seen from Flatford bridge Picture: MICK WEBB

Steve Coates captured the sunset glistening on the waters at Martlesham Creek.

The River Orwell and the bridge, between Pipers Vale and Bridge Wood   Picture: MARK NUNNThe River Orwell and the bridge, between Pipers Vale and Bridge Wood Picture: MARK NUNN

Simon Page captured a brilliant picture of a Suffolk river.

Horseshoe Falls on the River Dee  Picture: JIM ROBERTSHorseshoe Falls on the River Dee Picture: JIM ROBERTS

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This week's winner is April Urquhart with her great shot of a rowing boat floating on the River Chelsworth.

A scenic Suffolk river  Picture: SIMON PAGEA scenic Suffolk river Picture: SIMON PAGE

Next week's challenge is something red, so keep a look out for interesting shots featuring this colour.

A swan taking flight on the River Stour  Picture: JANICE POULSONA swan taking flight on the River Stour Picture: JANICE POULSON

Submit all your pictures to the iWitness website.

■ Are you a member of Suffolk iWitness yet? See here to join and your photos could be featured on our websites in future weeks, or in one of our newspapers.


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