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Early bird certainly catches the worm in this week’s Suffolk iWitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:50 15 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:50 15 June 2018

Mist in the morning Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

Mist in the morning Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

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For this week’s challenge we wanted our members to get up early and explore the morning light, capturing the unforgettable sunrise or that warm glow that can only be found by early risers.

Early bird Sun rising over the meadow Picture: JULIE KEMPEarly bird Sun rising over the meadow Picture: JULIE KEMP

We certainly weren’t disappointed with the entries we received this week.

Break in the clouds at Kessingland Beach    Picture: ROBERT MCKENNABreak in the clouds at Kessingland Beach Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Pamela Bidwell captured a great picture of the misty morning sunrise down the avenue, while Janice Poulson got up early to get a shot of the sun rise at Foxhall Stadium.

Misty morning sunrise down the avenue Picture: PAMELA BIDWELLMisty morning sunrise down the avenue Picture: PAMELA BIDWELL

Our winner this week, however, comes from Angela Goodwin who captured a great picture of the mist in the morning as the sun rises. Great effort by all our iWitness members who entered in this week’s challenge.

Views at Gainsborough  Picture: VAL COOKViews at Gainsborough Picture: VAL COOK

Next week’s challenge is ‘got wings’.

Early Morning at Foxhall Stadium Picture: JANICE POULSONEarly Morning at Foxhall Stadium Picture: JANICE POULSON

Whether it be something found in nature, or a manmade object - we want to see your pictures of things with wings.

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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