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Gallery: Around the house - looking at the everyday from an unusual angle

PUBLISHED: 18:45 08 January 2014 | UPDATED: 10:01 09 January 2014

Nice and shiny, submitted by iwitness contributor Frances Crickmore.

Nice and shiny, submitted by iwitness contributor Frances Crickmore.

A cheese grater, the trusty iron and a tea cup - all everyday items that we take for granted around the house.

To highlight the true beauty of some of these everyday objects, members of Framlingham Camera Club photographed these items from a different angle.

Fiollowing suit, our iwitness members have been turning their lenses to coffee mugs, books and irons and sharing their photos.
See our gallery, top right.

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