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Stunning mirror reflections across the waterways of Suffolk feature in this week’s Suffolk iWitness weekly challenge

PUBLISHED: 07:00 11 November 2017

Reflections of the boats as the sun sets. Picture: JANICE POULSON

Reflections of the boats as the sun sets. Picture: JANICE POULSON

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This week’s winner comes from Janice Poulson, who has captured the still water reflections and the boats moored at Ipswich Waterfront Marina in the beautiful evening sunlight.

Reflections of a swan and cygnets. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA Reflections of a swan and cygnets. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

As always it was difficult to judge. We also loved the boat trip perspective captured by Peter Cutts enjoying the waterways and the graceful swan with her cygnets gliding behind her by Robert McKenna.

Reflection of buildings in Ipswich. Picture: MICK HIGHNAM Reflection of buildings in Ipswich. Picture: MICK HIGHNAM

We had a amazing response to this picture challenge and some captivating images of the wildife and beauty of our county.

Reflection of the sunset. Picture: STEVE COATES Reflection of the sunset. Picture: STEVE COATES

Congratulations to Janice Poulson and all the Suffolk iWitness members who took part this week and made the cut.

Reflections during a boat trip. Picture: PETER CUTTS Reflections during a boat trip. Picture: PETER CUTTS

Next week’s challenge is Bridges.

A walk around Shotley on a sunny day - with boats and masts being reflected in the marina. Picture: MICK WEBB A walk around Shotley on a sunny day - with boats and masts being reflected in the marina. Picture: MICK WEBB

Whether it’s a structure or metaphor, we really look forward to seeing your interpretations.

To take part and become a Suffolk iWitness member just register at suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk - and you could see your pictures published online on our website and in the newspaper. Happy snapping!

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