Week in pictures around East Devon

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 February 2018

This week's readers photos.

This week's readers photos.

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Catch our round-up of photos sent in by our readers.

A magical encounter on Woodbury Common. These ponies crossed our path as we walked the dogs this morning. Picture: Gill BarrettA magical encounter on Woodbury Common. These ponies crossed our path as we walked the dogs this morning. Picture: Gill Barrett

Every week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and last week’s theme was ‘Abstracts’ captured anywhere from around East Devon.

All of these images were sent to us through our photo-sharing website, iwitness24 and each week we put together a gallery for you to enjoy. If you would like to get involved and start seeing your photos in print/online then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

PHOTO CHALLENGE: Our new photo-challenge is ‘Signs of Spring’ and if you would like to enter then simply upload your shots to the iwitness24 East Devon photo-challenge group.

Exton to Exmouth on a sunny walk. Picture: Jade ShawExton to Exmouth on a sunny walk. Picture: Jade Shaw

You either love them or hate them. Just spend time watching them at Orcombe Point and  you will learn to understand them. Picture: Steve CollinsYou either love them or hate them. Just spend time watching them at Orcombe Point and you will learn to understand them. Picture: Steve Collins

Pipes and bricks. Picture: Lycia MoorePipes and bricks. Picture: Lycia Moore

Icy patterns found on the car screen. Picture: Lycia MooreIcy patterns found on the car screen. Picture: Lycia Moore

I was taking a bike ride across the cliffs and had to get a picture. Picture: Nick EvansI was taking a bike ride across the cliffs and had to get a picture. Picture: Nick Evans

Was at a mates wedding and couldnt not snap a photo of this sunset. Picture: Nick EvansWas at a mates wedding and couldnt not snap a photo of this sunset. Picture: Nick Evans

Was on a boat party when I spotted this beautiful sunset overlooking Exmouth. Picture: Nick EvansWas on a boat party when I spotted this beautiful sunset overlooking Exmouth. Picture: Nick Evans

Visit this spot every Friday morning on my recycling round and almost every week I take a photo because of the amazing view. Picture: Nick EvansVisit this spot every Friday morning on my recycling round and almost every week I take a photo because of the amazing view. Picture: Nick Evans

Whilst walking the dog, I was inspired by these bare branches for my interpretation of 'abstract'. Picture: Sue BabbWhilst walking the dog, I was inspired by these bare branches for my interpretation of 'abstract'. Picture: Sue Babb

Axmouth harbour bridge in the evening. Picture: Lycia MooreAxmouth harbour bridge in the evening. Picture: Lycia Moore

Bricks used in the Ford. Picture: Lycia MooreBricks used in the Ford. Picture: Lycia Moore

Frozen Rain on car roof. Picture: Lycia MooreFrozen Rain on car roof. Picture: Lycia Moore

Pontoons and boats cleared from Exmouth Marina prior to dredging operations. Picture: Ian McLauchlinPontoons and boats cleared from Exmouth Marina prior to dredging operations. Picture: Ian McLauchlin

Cold morning at work. Picture: Nick EvansCold morning at work. Picture: Nick Evans

Whilst walking on Dartmoor a group of horse came over and said hello. Picture: Heather ShealWhilst walking on Dartmoor a group of horse came over and said hello. Picture: Heather Sheal

Reflection of the lights on the pavement on the approach to the Esplanade. I was walking along the Exmouth sea-front in the evening of Sunday 18th February 2018, on a damp drizzly evening. Picture: Luke EveleighReflection of the lights on the pavement on the approach to the Esplanade. I was walking along the Exmouth sea-front in the evening of Sunday 18th February 2018, on a damp drizzly evening. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Ice particles defined against metal. Picture: Sue AmatoIce particles defined against metal. Picture: Sue Amato


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