Spring lambs and snow in our spring iWitness photo challenge

Bees out in the warmer weather. Picture: JULIE KEMP

Bees out in the warmer weather. Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

Although this week has not quite felt like we were in there yet, we tasked our iWitness members to send in their best photos of Spring

Brimstone butterfly on a bluebell. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Brimstone butterfly on a bluebell. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: robert mckenna

Although last weekend may not have felt much like spring with the ‘Mini Beast from the East’ hitting our shores we have been assured that we are officially in Spring now as we challenged our iWitness members to send in proof that we are still not in winter.

Spring lambs. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Spring lambs. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL - Credit: Pamela Bidwell

Graham Meadows wasn’t quite convinced that we were approaching spring as he sent in photos from the effects of the ‘Mini Beast’ last weekend and the white powder coating a flower.

Cows out grazing in the meadows. Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE

Cows out grazing in the meadows. Picture: FRANCES CRICKMORE - Credit: Frances Crickmore

Pamela Bidwell captured a brilliant scene that shows spring is among us with spring lambs in a field with their mother.

welcome spring time. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

welcome spring time. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS - Credit: graham meadows

There can only be one winner however and it comes from Julie Kemp with a well timed, close up shot of a bee landing on a flower,

Daffodils in the Churchyard. Picture: JANICE POULSON

Daffodils in the Churchyard. Picture: JANICE POULSON - Credit: Janice Poulson


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Next week’s challenge is titled ‘Something Green’

The colour green is everywhere so we want you to send in your photos that contain the colour green, the more outside the box, the better.

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

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