Hunt for mystery Colaton Raleigh photographer

07:00 25 July 2012

A mystery photographer who captured images of Colaton Raleigh is being sought by the Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT).

A mystery photographer who captured images of Colaton Raleigh is being sought by the Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT).

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The hunt is on for the mystery photographer who captured images of Colaton Raleigh for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust’s latest competition.

A mystery photographer who captured images of Colaton Raleigh is being sought by the Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT).

A pair of images showing a field of poppies, and another of a ploughing competition, was recently entered into the charity’s Capturing Devon photographic competition.

However the photographer failed to leave any contact details with the photos and the trust is keen to trace them.

The competition organisers also want to track the photographer who sent the image of a man feeding sheep in a field.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “We believe that two out of the three were taken by the same photographer as they were both taken in Colaton Raleigh, but this doesn’t necessarily mean the photographer is from that area.”

If you can help identify the photographers call the DAAT 01392 466666 or email s.burden@daat.org

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