Readers’ pictures: East Devon in black and white

PUBLISHED: 13:46 18 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:54 18 September 2017

East Devon iwitness24 B&W readers' pics - week 38.

East Devon iwitness24 B&W readers' pics - week 38.

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Take a look at our gallery of super black and white pictures by our readers, sent in through iwitness24.

Dartmoor pony on Woodbury Common. Picture: Richard White Dartmoor pony on Woodbury Common. Picture: Richard White

Last week we set our readers the challenge of capturing the best of East Devon in black and white. We had a great response with some truly striking photos submitted via our image-sharing website - iwitness24.

Iwitness24 is run by Archant, which publishes many local newspapers such as: Exmouth Journal, Sidmouth Herald, Midweek Herald and Cranbrook Herald. By sharing your photos on iwitness24, you could start to see your images appearing in your local newspaper (in print/online).

Our new photo challenge for this week is ‘Birds’. Send us your best pictures of birds captured from anywhere in East Devon and we’ll put a gallery together next week. Go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your pictures to the East Devon ‘Photo Challenge’ group.

Grandparent birthday child minding whilst new granddaughter is on the way. Picture: John Oxley Grandparent birthday child minding whilst new granddaughter is on the way. Picture: John Oxley

Grandparent birthday child minding whilst new granddaughter is on the way. Picture: John Oxley Grandparent birthday child minding whilst new granddaughter is on the way. Picture: John Oxley

Calf in the field. Picture: Mark Hayes Calf in the field. Picture: Mark Hayes

B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills

B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills

B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills

B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills B&W Scenes of East Devon. Picture: Rob Hills

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Track to nowhere. Picture: Sue Babb Track to nowhere. Picture: Sue Babb

Like a millpond. Picture: Sue Babb Like a millpond. Picture: Sue Babb

Sunshine and shadow. Picture: Sue Babb Sunshine and shadow. Picture: Sue Babb

Resting. Picture: Sue Babb Resting. Picture: Sue Babb

Walking in the woods. Picture: Sue Babb Walking in the woods. Picture: Sue Babb

Mystical tree at water's edge. Picture: Sue Babb Mystical tree at water's edge. Picture: Sue Babb

I wander pass this point so often, but this is the first time I saw the bridge raised. Seemed like the perfect photo opportunity. Picture: David Atkins I wander pass this point so often, but this is the first time I saw the bridge raised. Seemed like the perfect photo opportunity. Picture: David Atkins

Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope

Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope

Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope Took some pics around our beautiful coastline whilst walking the coast path to try and get fit! Picture: Rob Cope

While enjoying a coffee at Hideaway Cafe at the West End of Seaton seafront, I looked up to see this and thought it made a great image. Picture: Rhoda Snell While enjoying a coffee at Hideaway Cafe at the West End of Seaton seafront, I looked up to see this and thought it made a great image. Picture: Rhoda Snell

After eating fish and chips overlooking the front, take a short walk amongst the pebbles. Picture: Andrew Baxter After eating fish and chips overlooking the front, take a short walk amongst the pebbles. Picture: Andrew Baxter

Storm clouds edging closer. Sidmouth beach. Picture: Ian Kimber Storm clouds edging closer. Sidmouth beach. Picture: Ian Kimber

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