Christchurch and Orwell Country parks feature in this week’s iWitness Challenge

Christchurch Park on a summer evening Picture: SUE FOSTER

Christchurch Park on a summer evening Picture: SUE FOSTER - Credit: sue foster

The recent warm springtime weather was the perfect opportunity to capture some of Suffolk’s beautiful parks.

Bluebells in Haughley Park Picture: LINDA RICE

Bluebells in Haughley Park Picture: LINDA RICE - Credit: Linda Rice

Linda Rice enjoyed her visit to Haughley Park as she got a close up shot of a Bluebell showing off the detail and the different shades of colour on the petals themselves.

Kessingland Africa Alive Wildlife Park Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Kessingland Africa Alive Wildlife Park Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: robert mckenna

Stephen Squirrell shot a walk through Orwell Country Park, with the colours of the bluebells and their greenery matching the figure in the middle.

Hollywells Park Picture: PETER CUTTS

Hollywells Park Picture: PETER CUTTS - Credit: peter cutts

Our winner this week comes from Sue Foster, who captured a fantastic shot of the sun setting just behind the trees of Christchurch Park causing a golden light to peer through the gaps in the trees.

Squirrel in Christchurch Park Picture: JULIE KEMP

Squirrel in Christchurch Park Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Julie Kemp

Next week’s challenge is called ‘Mellow Yellow’.

Winner: Great walk in Orwell Country Park Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELL

Winner: Great walk in Orwell Country Park Picture: STEPHEN SQUIRRELL - Credit: Stephen Squirrell


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We want you to spend in photos of everything yellow that you can find out and about in Suffolk.

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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