Your photos: East Devon photo challenge ‘By the Riverside’

PUBLISHED: 13:18 02 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:29 04 October 2017

By the Riverside photo challenge results.

By the Riverside photo challenge results.

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Brilliant photos entered for our iwitness24 photo challenge - By the Riverside. Have a look at our gallery of images sent in by our readers.

Last week we asked you to send us your best pictures of East Devon river scenes and we have seen some beautiful photos. Among the entries was an amazing capture by Debbie Mitchell of a beaver grooming itself on the River Otter. Debbie said: “I got up at silly o’clock to get to the riverbank at dawn, and I was so lucky to see one busy grooming, before disappearing off to bed.”

Join in: iwitness24 is a photo-sharing website run by Archant, which publishes many local newspapers including - Sidmouth Herald, Exmouth Journal, Midweek Herald and Cranbrook Herald. Sign up at www.iwitness24.co.uk and start sharing your East Devon shots. Your images could start appearing in your local paper (in print/online).

These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills

Photo challenge: Our latest challenge is ‘Signs of Autumn’. The golden colours of the new season have started to appear and now is the time to get out with a camera to capture them and all things autumnal.

Upload your East Devon autumn scenes to the East Devon ‘Photo Challenge’ group and we’ll put a gallery of pictures together next week.

Our little brook that runs through our town of Cranbrook. Picture: James Cook Our little brook that runs through our town of Cranbrook. Picture: James Cook

More: Keep up-to-date with the latest South West iwitness24 news and photo challenges by liking our iWitness24 South West Facebook page.

These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills

These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills These were taken on the river walk from Otterton towards Newton Poppleford. Picture: Rob Hills

River Exe around Topsham. Picture: Debbie Mitchell River Exe around Topsham. Picture: Debbie Mitchell

River Otter near Tipton St John. Picture: Ian Kimber River Otter near Tipton St John. Picture: Ian Kimber

Got up at silly o'clock to get to the riverbank for dawn and was lucky to see this lovely animal. Picture: Debbie Mitchell Got up at silly o'clock to get to the riverbank for dawn and was lucky to see this lovely animal. Picture: Debbie Mitchell

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor River Otter & Estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

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