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Gallery: A time for reflection

PUBLISHED: 20:00 20 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:45 20 March 2014

Orwell Quay - Mark Scutt

Orwell Quay - Mark Scutt

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Have you been looking back at old photos recently?

Or looking back at your own reflection in a lake?

We asked out iwitness24 community to share their photos entitled ‘reflection’ and here are their interpretations.

The cover photo was sent in by Mark Scutt and shows the colourful Ipswich Waterfront.
He has altered the colour of the original scene to make the reflection stand out more.

Share your photos today at suffolk.witness24.co.uk

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  • "colourful Ipswich Waterfront"? who writes this rubbish.

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    Chris D

    Sunday, March 23, 2014

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