This week in pictures from East Devon

PUBLISHED: 07:55 17 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:42 17 February 2018

A week in pictures in East Devon.

A week in pictures in East Devon.

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Catch our round-up of photos sent in by our readers.

Seagull desperately trying to pinch some of the mealworms I put out for the smaller birds! Picture: Barbara MellorSeagull desperately trying to pinch some of the mealworms I put out for the smaller birds! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Every week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and for our last challenge we were looking for pictures of ‘Countryside’ from around East Devon.

We saw some brilliant entries such as a wonderful misty sunrise scene near Honiton by Jason Sedgemore and a great series of shots by Barbara Mellor from her walks around Woodbury Common. Our favourite shot was a sunset at Woodbury Common captured by Kim Pannell, while out for a walk with her partner, Keith Williams.

All of these images were sent in to us through our photo-sharing website, iwitness24 and each week we put together a gallery of readers’ photos for you to enjoy. If you would like to get involved then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

PHOTO CHALLENGE: Our new photo-challenge is ‘Abstracts’ and if you would like to enter then simply upload your shots to the iwitness24 East Devon photo-challenge group.

On top of the world at Woodbury Common. Picture: Kim PannellOn top of the world at Woodbury Common. Picture: Kim Pannell

Taken at the end of Squabmoor Reservoir. Picture: Barbara MellorTaken at the end of Squabmoor Reservoir. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Taken from the overgrown path to the west of the estuary. Picture: Barbara MellorTaken from the overgrown path to the west of the estuary. Picture: Barbara Mellor

The dazzling colour of the gorse on Woodbury Common. Picture: Barbara MellorThe dazzling colour of the gorse on Woodbury Common. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Misty sunrise in the valley just outside Honiton. Picture: Jason SedgemoreMisty sunrise in the valley just outside Honiton. Picture: Jason Sedgemore

River Otter view at Budleigh. Picture: Kate SmithRiver Otter view at Budleigh. Picture: Kate Smith

Walking near the River Otter, Ottery St Mary. Picture: Caron RuseWalking near the River Otter, Ottery St Mary. Picture: Caron Ruse

Surrounding countryside around Broadclyst. Picture: Caron RuseSurrounding countryside around Broadclyst. Picture: Caron Ruse

Glorious views at Killerton Estate. Picture: Caron RuseGlorious views at Killerton Estate. Picture: Caron Ruse

Glimpse of the sea. Picture: Barbara MellorGlimpse of the sea. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Autumn sunshine. Picture: Barbara MellorAutumn sunshine. Picture: Barbara Mellor

My lovely dog walks in Exmouth. Picture: Suzanne BroomhallMy lovely dog walks in Exmouth. Picture: Suzanne Broomhall

Taken from the car park for Woodbury Castle looking across to the river Exe. Picture: Barbara MellorTaken from the car park for Woodbury Castle looking across to the river Exe. Picture: Barbara Mellor

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Last Autumn looking across from East Budleigh Common. Picture: Barbara MellorLast Autumn looking across from East Budleigh Common. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Cornfield at Escot. Picture: Wendy DurlingCornfield at Escot. Picture: Wendy Durling

In the afternoon of Tuesday 13th February 2018, there were puddles from the heavy rain from the previous night. Picture: Luke EveleighIn the afternoon of Tuesday 13th February 2018, there were puddles from the heavy rain from the previous night. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Walking in Bystock pond. Picture: Suzanne BroomhallWalking in Bystock pond. Picture: Suzanne Broomhall

Afternoon walk on the old railway track. Picture: Gill BarrettAfternoon walk on the old railway track. Picture: Gill Barrett

Jaden flying his kite at Orcome Point. Picture: Keith WilliamsJaden flying his kite at Orcome Point. Picture: Keith Williams

The beautiful trees on the old railway track .. a cathedral complete with birdsong and fresh air! Picture: Gill BarrettThe beautiful trees on the old railway track .. a cathedral complete with birdsong and fresh air! Picture: Gill Barrett

A face in the cloud. I spotted this on Monday from my back garden here in Broadhembury. Picture: Ronald TaylorA face in the cloud. I spotted this on Monday from my back garden here in Broadhembury. Picture: Ronald Taylor

Cold morning at work. Picture: Nick EvansCold morning at work. Picture: Nick Evans

I was taking a bike ride across the cliffs and had to get a picture. Picture: Nick EvansI was taking a bike ride across the cliffs and had to get a picture. Picture: Nick Evans

Was at a mates wedding and couldnt not snap a photo of this sunset. Picture: Nick EvansWas at a mates wedding and couldnt not snap a photo of this sunset. Picture: Nick Evans

Was on a boat party when I spotted this beautiful sunset overlooking Exmouth. Picture: Nick EvansWas on a boat party when I spotted this beautiful sunset overlooking Exmouth. Picture: Nick Evans

Visit this spot every Friday morning on my recycling round and almost every week I take a photo because of the amazing view. Picture: Nick EvansVisit this spot every Friday morning on my recycling round and almost every week I take a photo because of the amazing view. Picture: Nick Evans


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