This week’s East Devon photos from our readers
PUBLISHED: 12:18 16 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:18 16 December 2017
This week's pictures from our readers.
Catch our weekly round-up of pictures from East Devon shared with us by our readers.
This was taken on a cold sunny Friday at A la Ronde across the field and moon was also out. Picture: Luke Eveleigh
We’ve put together a gallery of cracking readers’ photos for you to enjoy. All of these images were sent in to us via our picture-sharing website - iwitness24.
Join in: If you would like to get involved then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.
Every year my husband puts the lights up in our house. It may only be tiny, but hes done himself proud, and I know both our dads will be looking down on us. Happy Christmas! Picture: Michelle Hankins
Photo Challenge: Each week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at. The current theme is ‘Christmas Time’ and you can take part by joining iwitness24 and uploading your images to the East Devon Photo Challenge group.
More: Catch all the latest iwitness24 news here.
My husband puts our lights up every year and the children love it as do the neighbours and people always slow down when driving past. Picture: Maggie Lee This is a fireplace that only comes out for our decorations. Rest of the year it stays in our garage! Picture: Marie Case Our tree this year! Picture: Marie Case Christmas lights in Princesshay, Exeter. Picture: Marie Case Exeter High Street lights. Picture: Marie Case All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson All Saints' Church Exmouth recently held its second festival.Over 50 trees imaginatively decorated. Picture: Will Robertson
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