Your photos: A week in East Devon

Readers' photos - a week in East Devon.
Picture: Tony Velterop

Readers' photos - a week in East Devon. Picture: Tony Velterop - Credit: Archant

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Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth.
Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this

Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth. Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this nice reflection. When I saw this reflection in Sheffield Park Gardens it had to be photographed. A nice reflection in the Stourhead Lake. Picture: Tony Velterop - Credit: Tony Velterop

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 ‘Wildlife’. We are looking for your pictures of wildlife 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.

MORE: You can catch the latest from iwitness24 on our Facebook page.

Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth.
Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this

Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth. Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this nice reflection. When I saw this reflection in Sheffield Park Gardens it had to be photographed. A nice reflection in the Stourhead Lake. Picture: Tony Velterop - Credit: Tony Velterop

Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth.
Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this

Reflections at low tide, Jacobs Ladder, Sidmouth. Just a little bit of water on the sand gave this nice reflection. When I saw this reflection in Sheffield Park Gardens it had to be photographed. A nice reflection in the Stourhead Lake. Picture: Tony Velterop - Credit: Tony Velterop

The rock formations in the Ladram Bay area are impressive to say the least, particularly on a warm s

The rock formations in the Ladram Bay area are impressive to say the least, particularly on a warm summer night with a calm sea, bathed in the light of a full moon. Picture: Alec Owen-Evans - Credit: Alec Owen-Evans

Sidmouth sailing club juniors out at sunset. Picture: Linda Morling

Sidmouth sailing club juniors out at sunset. Picture: Linda Morling - Credit: Linda Morling

Beautiful Sunrise from Barry Head in Brixham. Picture: Samsul Mehedi

Beautiful Sunrise from Barry Head in Brixham. Picture: Samsul Mehedi - Credit: Samsul Mehedi

A beautiful night at exmouth. Picture: Rowan O’'Shaughnessy

A beautiful night at exmouth. Picture: Rowan O’'Shaughnessy - Credit: Rowan O’Shaughnessy

Another lovely Sunset from above over Exmouth. Picture: Hieth George

Another lovely Sunset from above over Exmouth. Picture: Hieth George - Credit: Hieth George

This was a shot of the Exmouth Beach Rescue Club practicing for the National IRB Surf Rescue Champio

This was a shot of the Exmouth Beach Rescue Club practicing for the National IRB Surf Rescue Championships held in Exmouth there will soon be a film on Youtube of the day here is a link to last years event https://youtu.be/SQoIiHv9300. Picture: Hieth George - Credit: Hieth George

This was a shot of the Exmouth Beach Rescue Club practicing for the National IRB Surf Rescue Champio

This was a shot of the Exmouth Beach Rescue Club practicing for the National IRB Surf Rescue Championships held in Exmouth there will soon be a film on Youtube of the day here is a link to last years event https://youtu.be/SQoIiHv9300. Picture: Hieth George - Credit: Hieth George

A beautiful colourful night. Picture: Rowan O’'Shaughnessy

A beautiful colourful night. Picture: Rowan O’'Shaughnessy - Credit: Rowan O’Shaughnessy

A beautiful sunset at night at Exmouth. Picture: Rowan O’Shaughnessy

A beautiful sunset at night at Exmouth. Picture: Rowan O’Shaughnessy - Credit: Archant

Taken at 3.00 am in my garden. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Taken at 3.00 am in my garden. Picture: Barbara Mellor - Credit: Barbara Mellor

I took this a while ago in the garden of my previous house in Budleigh. Picture: Barbara Mellor

I took this a while ago in the garden of my previous house in Budleigh. Picture: Barbara Mellor - Credit: Barbara Mellor

This picture is the result of another adventure in the night time, this time in Budleigh. After some

This picture is the result of another adventure in the night time, this time in Budleigh. After some planning I went to the mouth of the estuary from 2am until 8am in the morning. It wasn't a very cold night, but I had some naps on the bench at the end of the footpath. It was difficult to frame the shot being very dark (3 am), but in the end the soft light behind the trees combined with a starry sky with clouds and the silhouette of the famous pines created an interesting 'painting'. Picture: Florin Orasanu - Credit: Florin Orasanu

I've spent 1 h 30' taking pictures with this nice tree from the same spot and then I've created a ti

I've spent 1 h 30' taking pictures with this nice tree from the same spot and then I've created a timelapse shot with the movement of the stars around Polaris (North Star) which is somewhere in the middle of the frame. It was a very long long wait but I think it was worth it. The movement of the stars looked like a marching army to me. Picture: Florin Orasanu - Credit: Florin Orasanu

This picture was possible after a long planning and a long night spent under the stars. The tree is

This picture was possible after a long planning and a long night spent under the stars. The tree is at the entrance of Otterton village on a private property (I had to ask for permission). I've spent about 4 hours there trying to find some good compositions with the tree and the clear night sky. This is one of my favorites - the tree looks very nice with a part of Milky Way in the background. Picture: Florin Orasanu - Credit: Florin Orasanu

Ottery St Mary. Picture: Wendy Durling

Ottery St Mary. Picture: Wendy Durling - Credit: Archant

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