A week in photos from our East Devon readers

PUBLISHED: 15:00 20 October 2018

Week in East Devon.

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A common lizard basking in the morning sun on woodbury common. Picture: Luke HopkinsA common lizard basking in the morning sun on woodbury common. Picture: Luke Hopkins

We’ve put together this gallery of fantastic photos that our readers have been sharing with us over the week and if you would like to get involved and start seeing your pictures in print/online then join iwitness24, our community of local photographers at: eastdevon.iwitness24.co.uk.

PHOTO CHALLENGE: We regularly set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and the next theme is ‘Anything Red’. We are looking for your best pictures, which relate to the theme, taken from any East Devon location. To enter go to eastdevon.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your images to the East Devon ‘Photo Challenge’ group and we’ll include them in an online gallery and possibly in print.

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After Storm Callum these toadstools appeared overnight on this log in my garden. Picture: John BurdettAfter Storm Callum these toadstools appeared overnight on this log in my garden. Picture: John Burdett

Dartford warbler posing at RSPB Aylesbeare common. Picture: Luke HopkinsDartford warbler posing at RSPB Aylesbeare common. Picture: Luke Hopkins

While getting ready to film the coastline I took the opportuntiy to take this little shot of the sunrise over orcombe point. Picture: Hieth GeorgeWhile getting ready to film the coastline I took the opportuntiy to take this little shot of the sunrise over orcombe point. Picture: Hieth George

A greater spotted woodpecker feeding its young along the River Exe in Exeter. Picture: Luke HopkinsA greater spotted woodpecker feeding its young along the River Exe in Exeter. Picture: Luke Hopkins

Another day up at Bystock pools this summer with hundreds of Marble White Butterfly's flying around, waiting for that one moment they decide to land and sit still just long enough, I was eventually able to capture this photo of one basking in the sun. Picture: Jake GriffithsAnother day up at Bystock pools this summer with hundreds of Marble White Butterfly's flying around, waiting for that one moment they decide to land and sit still just long enough, I was eventually able to capture this photo of one basking in the sun. Picture: Jake Griffiths

Beautiful October afternoon sunset on the Exe Estuary. Picture: Ruth MurrayBeautiful October afternoon sunset on the Exe Estuary. Picture: Ruth Murray

It’s coming, all the tress are shedding like dogs, but it changes to red. Picture: Rowan O’ShaughnessyIt’s coming, all the tress are shedding like dogs, but it changes to red. Picture: Rowan O’Shaughnessy

October afternoon rainbow over Exmouth. Picture: Ruth MurrayOctober afternoon rainbow over Exmouth. Picture: Ruth Murray

This shot was taken recently at the mouth of The River Otter at Budleigh Salterton. Picture: John BurdettThis shot was taken recently at the mouth of The River Otter at Budleigh Salterton. Picture: John Burdett

This is a picture of Sidmouth seafront taken on Monday 15th October 2018. Picture: Luke EveleighThis is a picture of Sidmouth seafront taken on Monday 15th October 2018. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Bystock Nature Reserve is a place where I use to go often alone or together with my wife and son to have a walk, to talk, to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful nature. The colours of autumn seem to take their time to appear, but even now at the boundary of seasons the palette of colors can be great. Picture: Florin OrasanuBystock Nature Reserve is a place where I use to go often alone or together with my wife and son to have a walk, to talk, to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful nature. The colours of autumn seem to take their time to appear, but even now at the boundary of seasons the palette of colors can be great. Picture: Florin Orasanu

Along the Budleigh to Exmouth cycle track. Picture: Sue BabbAlong the Budleigh to Exmouth cycle track. Picture: Sue Babb

This was a pink rainbow taken on Sunday 14th October 2018, taken from Exmouth just before sunset. Picture: Luke EveleighThis was a pink rainbow taken on Sunday 14th October 2018, taken from Exmouth just before sunset. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Bystock Nature Reserve is a place where I use to go often alone or together with my wife and son to have a walk, to talk, to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful nature. The colors of autumn seem to take their time to appear, but even now at the boundary of seasons the palette of colors can be great. Picture: Florin OrasanuBystock Nature Reserve is a place where I use to go often alone or together with my wife and son to have a walk, to talk, to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful nature. The colors of autumn seem to take their time to appear, but even now at the boundary of seasons the palette of colors can be great. Picture: Florin Orasanu

I was on Wednesday 17th October 2018, walking along Exmouth sea-front. Picture: Luke EveleighI was on Wednesday 17th October 2018, walking along Exmouth sea-front. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Sticking at it. Picture: Anna WickinsSticking at it. Picture: Anna Wickins

I was along Sidmouth, on Monday 15th October 2018, walking along as far as Jaoob's Ladder, up to Connaught Gardens. Picture: Luke EveleighI was along Sidmouth, on Monday 15th October 2018, walking along as far as Jaoob's Ladder, up to Connaught Gardens. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Mystical and majestic! Picture: Gilly HarrisMystical and majestic! Picture: Gilly Harris

Mystical and majestic! Picture: Gilly HarrisMystical and majestic! Picture: Gilly Harris

Views of the Exe Estuary, Exmouth Docks and apartments. Picture: Gilly HarrisViews of the Exe Estuary, Exmouth Docks and apartments. Picture: Gilly Harris

Super fresh veg, nearly ready for Christmas! Picture: Gilly HarrisSuper fresh veg, nearly ready for Christmas! Picture: Gilly Harris

Exmouth mussels, straight from the sea! Picture: Gilly HarrisExmouth mussels, straight from the sea! Picture: Gilly Harris

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

These photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea BeresfordThese photos were taken whilst walking in the Glen on a beautiful Autumn morning. Picture: Andrea Beresford

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