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Autumn colours in Flatford and Polstead feature in this week’s Suffolk iWitness weekly challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:58 03 November 2017

Autumn colours at Polstead. Picture: PETER CUTTS

Autumn colours at Polstead. Picture: PETER CUTTS

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This week we asked our Suffolk iWitness members to send in bright and bold pictures that define autumn in colour.

A rose is a welcome sight on a grey autumn morning. Picture: JULIE KEMPA rose is a welcome sight on a grey autumn morning. Picture: JULIE KEMP

Of course, as expected this week challenge was difficult to judge as we put our iWitness members to the test.

Autumnal colours enhance this bird portrait. Picture: DEREK HOLLISAutumnal colours enhance this bird portrait. Picture: DEREK HOLLIS

We tasked them to send in the best pictures of autumn colours that capture the bright and bold hues that define the season.

Autumn colours in Suffolk. Picture: ALAN BALDRYAutumn colours in Suffolk. Picture: ALAN BALDRY

Members sent in pictures of anything and everything, including autumn colours in Flatford and Woodbridge.

In search of autumn colours in Flatford. Picture: MICK WEBBIn search of autumn colours in Flatford. Picture: MICK WEBB

This week’s winner comes from Peter Cutts, who captured a beautiful picture of autumn colours in the trees at Polstead, standing out across the river Box.

The Fen meadow in Woodbridge, with St Mary'’s in the distance. Picture: RICHARD EVANSThe Fen meadow in Woodbridge, with St Mary'’s in the distance. Picture: RICHARD EVANS

Next week’s challenge is simply titled Mirror.

We want our members to bring out there creativity and originality for this challenge. You can take it literally, or find natural elements which cast striking reflections.

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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