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Thorpeness and Flatford are the highlights of this week’s H2O iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 08:00 25 June 2018

Winner: Reflection in the water. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Winner: Reflection in the water. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

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Photographers this week seized the chance to get out on the water as we set them the challenge of sedning us their best H2O pictures.

Thorpeness Mere. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLThorpeness Mere. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Pamela Bidwell sent in a fantastic photo of the golden reflections of the sunset over the Thorpeness Mere, you can just make out the silhouettes of the trees on the water.

Enjoying the water at Hunstanton. Picture: JANICE POULSONEnjoying the water at Hunstanton. Picture: JANICE POULSON

We had a playful photo sent in by Janice Poulson showing a dog clearly taking full advantage of it’s time at the beach by running and playing in the water causing his coat to be soaking wet.

Waters edge in Shotley. Picture: SIMON PAGEWaters edge in Shotley. Picture: SIMON PAGE

The winning image this week comes from Graham Meadows. His photo was taken looking out over the Ipswich Waterfront and captures a perfect reflection of the sun setting above.

Ipswich from Woolverstone Marina. Picture: JIM ROBERTSIpswich from Woolverstone Marina. Picture: JIM ROBERTS

Next week’s challenge is Leading Lines.

River Stour at Flatford. Picture: PETER CUTTSRiver Stour at Flatford. Picture: PETER CUTTS

We want to see how you take advantage of natural lines that you may find out and about. How do you use the lines to guide the viewers eye across the photo?

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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