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East Anglia’s finest architecture features in this week’s iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 17:10 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:10 09 February 2018

Winner: Tudor Brickwork of Helmingham Hall. Picture: NICK LEE

Winner: Tudor Brickwork of Helmingham Hall. Picture: NICK LEE

From the Tudor brickwork of Helmingham Hall to the renowned Willis building in Ipswich, our Suffolk iWitness members captured the region’s architecture at its best.

Reflections of Ipswich architecture. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWSReflections of Ipswich architecture. Picture: GRAHAM MEADOWS

Janice Poulson captured a stunning photograph showing the symmetry of buildings in a Cambridge street, with their chimneys standing proud as soldiers.

Layer Marney Towers. Picture: PETER BASHLayer Marney Towers. Picture: PETER BASH

Graham Meadows’ picture of reflections in the Willis building showed a distorted view of its neighbouring buildings in Ipswich.

Architecture in Cambridge. Picture: JANICE POULSONArchitecture in Cambridge. Picture: JANICE POULSON

Our winning photo this week came from Nick Lee, who shot the brickwork on top of Helmingham Hall and how each spire follows it’s own pattern and style.

Benacre Water Tower. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNABenacre Water Tower. Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Next week’s challenge is something red.

The Mathematical bridge in Cambridge. Picture: MICK HIGHNAMThe Mathematical bridge in Cambridge. Picture: MICK HIGHNAM

This could be anything from roses to paintwork: we want you to find anything red as you are out and about taking photos this week.

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

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