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Felixstowe and a giant Chestnut bud all feature in this week’s iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 20:13 01 September 2017

Port, stones and views from Felixstowe. Picture: RYAN NEWTON

Port, stones and views from Felixstowe. Picture: RYAN NEWTON

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We asked our Suffolk iWitness members to take photos of the sense of perspective, from making a object appear bigger to holding or propping up a Suffolk landmark.

Front perspective of a hare. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNAFront perspective of a hare. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

This week’s challenge was a chance for our iWitness members to show the sense of perspective in their photos by making everyday objects to appear bigger by holding or propping up a suffolk landmark.

Across the harbour towards Felixstowe Docks and out to sea. Picture: SIMON PAGEAcross the harbour towards Felixstowe Docks and out to sea. Picture: SIMON PAGE

Members sent in anything and everything that show the sense of perspective in their photos from front perspective of a hare to two old boats waiting patiently on the shingle hoping to go to sea again.

Perspective demonstrated on the South Devon Railway. Picture: MICK WEBBPerspective demonstrated on the South Devon Railway. Picture: MICK WEBB

This week’s winner comes from Simon Page who submitted a photo he took across the harbour towards Felixstowe Docks and out to sea showing different vessel perspectives.

Perspective on the shores. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLPerspective on the shores. Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Next week’s iWitness weekly challenge is themed on Summer’s End.

Two old boats waiting patiently on the shingle hoping to go to sea again. Picture: JP APPLETONTwo old boats waiting patiently on the shingle hoping to go to sea again. Picture: JP APPLETON

We want our members to focus on the end of the summertime capturing the final week of the summer holidays before the kids go back to school and the nights becoming darker.

What appears to be a giant Chestnut bud bursting open because of the perspective of the clouds. Picture: PETER BASHWhat appears to be a giant Chestnut bud bursting open because of the perspective of the clouds. Picture: PETER BASH

To take part, become a Suffolk iWitness member – and you could see your pictures online or in one of our newspapers.

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