A stunning Kessingland sunset, vibrant art in Glemhall Hall and Fullers Mill Gardens all feature in our iWitness challenge

Colourful Parakeet. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Colourful Parakeet. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL - Credit: Pamela Bidwell

This week we challenged our iWitness community to send in their most vibrant photos from the past week, taking photos of as much colour as possible.

A bird of paradise plant. Picture: MICK WEBB

A bird of paradise plant. Picture: MICK WEBB - Credit: Mick Webb

Mick Webb sent in a brilliantly colourful photo of a bird of paradise plant, showing off just how colourful and different this flower is.

A beautiful glass garden sculpture on show at Glemham Hall. Picture: SUE FOSTER

A beautiful glass garden sculpture on show at Glemham Hall. Picture: SUE FOSTER - Credit: sue foster

Julie Kemp got a colourful close up shot of some drinking straws with their bright colours all packed close together.

Beautiful colours at Otley Hall. Picture: HILARY PLATTS

Beautiful colours at Otley Hall. Picture: HILARY PLATTS - Credit: Hilary Platts

The winner this week, however, is Pamela Bidwell, with her photo of a brightly coloured parakeet with all the patterns of his feathers clear to see in the sun.

Fullers Mill Gardens. Picture: APRIL URQUHART

Fullers Mill Gardens. Picture: APRIL URQUHART - Credit: April Urquhart

Next week’s challenge is called ‘Made of Wood’.

Sunset over Kessingland Marshes. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Sunset over Kessingland Marshes. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: robert mckenna


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We want you to send in photos of interesting structures and objects that are made out of wood, from boats to bridges and everything in between.

Multi-coloured drinking straws. Picture: JULIE KEMP

Multi-coloured drinking straws. Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

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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