Readers’ photos: a week in pictures from around East Devon

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 December 2017

A week in pictures from our readers.

A week in pictures from our readers.

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Sit back and enjoy this week’s gallery of photos taken across East Devon by our readers.

I had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob HillsI had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob Hills

We’ve put together our weekly round-up of readers’ photos sent in through iwitness24 - our picture-sharing website.

Join in: If you would like to get involved then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Photo Challenge: Our latest photo challenge is ‘Christmas Claws’ and we are asking for photos of your pets dressed up for Christmas! This is a special festive competition with a chance to see your photos printed in our forthcoming supplement. You can send in your entries by joining iwitness24 and uploading them to the East Devon Photo Challenge group or use our online form here. Deadline for entries is December 11.

Velo Vintage's main man astride his Penny Farthing in Sunny Sidmouth. Picture: Ian WoolgerVelo Vintage's main man astride his Penny Farthing in Sunny Sidmouth. Picture: Ian Woolger

I went out on the tram from Seaton to have a very nice lunch in Colyton. Picture: Rob HillsI went out on the tram from Seaton to have a very nice lunch in Colyton. Picture: Rob Hills

Taking my regular evening walk I had to capture the moment of the moon reflecting off the Beach huts on Budleigh Beach. Magical moment! Picture: Zeta GuestTaking my regular evening walk I had to capture the moment of the moon reflecting off the Beach huts on Budleigh Beach. Magical moment! Picture: Zeta Guest

I had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob HillsI had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob Hills

I had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob HillsI had a lovely walk with my camera around Core Hill on Saturday. With views of Ottery St Mary from the top of White Cross and back over to Fire Beacon to view the Exe Estuary and catch a Pony on the way home. What a great way to spend the afternoon. Picture: Rob Hills

I went for an evening walk out to Otter Head at last light and saw these wonderful reflections from the Scots Pines on the cliff above the estuary. Picture: Carol BulkeleyI went for an evening walk out to Otter Head at last light and saw these wonderful reflections from the Scots Pines on the cliff above the estuary. Picture: Carol Bulkeley

Calm after the storm. Picture: Julie GregoryCalm after the storm. Picture: Julie Gregory

This was the moon phase as taken at 20:15 GMT on Thursday 30th November 2017. Picture: Luke EveleighThis was the moon phase as taken at 20:15 GMT on Thursday 30th November 2017. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

This was taken around 15:50 GMT on Thursday 30th November 2017, from the road, outside the M&S Food Hall car park, and Exmouth Railway Station car park, on a cold sunny and cloudy day. Picture: Luke EveleighThis was taken around 15:50 GMT on Thursday 30th November 2017, from the road, outside the M&S Food Hall car park, and Exmouth Railway Station car park, on a cold sunny and cloudy day. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

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