Readers pictures: Sidmouth through the lens

PUBLISHED: 16:27 13 May 2019 | UPDATED: 12:18 14 May 2019

Sunset at Sidmouth. Picture: Mark Eburne

Sunset at Sidmouth. Picture: Mark Eburne

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Take a peek at some of the great snaps from our readers.

Foggy scenes from around Sidmouth. Picture: Emily PrinceFoggy scenes from around Sidmouth. Picture: Emily Prince

We love seeing photos from our readers and we've put this little gallery together of the latest shots sent in to the Sidmouth Herald by our readers.

If you have some sublime Sidmouth shots then why not share them with the Herald and our readers?

Simply visit our photography site at: eastdevon.iwitness24.co.uk to share your pictures with us and you could see them appearing in the Herald (online and possibly in print).

I was in Sidmouth, on Tuesday 2nd April 2019, where the sun was shining between showers. Picture: Luke EveleighI was in Sidmouth, on Tuesday 2nd April 2019, where the sun was shining between showers. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Beautiful to look at but they are too unstable to walk under. Picture: Gilly HarrisBeautiful to look at but they are too unstable to walk under. Picture: Gilly Harris

Out for a sunny walk on Anchoring Hill, when to my surprise there was the Easter Bunny? Or at least his ears. Picture: Stephen HewittOut for a sunny walk on Anchoring Hill, when to my surprise there was the Easter Bunny? Or at least his ears. Picture: Stephen Hewitt

Stunning coastal views around Ladram Bay, taken from the SW Coastal Path. Picture: Colin BoyntonStunning coastal views around Ladram Bay, taken from the SW Coastal Path. Picture: Colin Boynton

BluebeBlue at Blackbury Camp. Picture: Jason SedgemoreBluebeBlue at Blackbury Camp. Picture: Jason Sedgemore


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