Eleven reader photos capturing the beauty of Norfolk and our stunning wildlife

Ickworth house. Photo: @dinky1711

Ickworth house. Photo: @dinky1711


We get loads of wonderful photographs sent to us every week; here are some of our favourites from the last seven days.

Africa alive! Photo: @terryjnewmanAfrica alive! Photo: @terryjnewman

1. I know how you feel.. Africa Alive!

Beeston Bump. Photo: @windsweptcurlsBeeston Bump. Photo: @windsweptcurls

2. Beautiful day for a morning walk at Beeston Bump.

Castle Acre. Photo: @dinky1711Castle Acre. Photo: @dinky1711

3. Hills and slopes at Castle Acre.

Highland cattle. Photo: @jocl4rkeHighland cattle. Photo: @jocl4rke

4. Highland cattle enjoying the water.

Spring. Photo: @dinky1711Spring. Photo: @dinky1711

5. Spring is most definitely here!

Mute swan. Photo: @timoakesMute swan. Photo: @timoakes

6. Mute swan in flight.

Castle Acre church. Photo: @norfolk_wandererCastle Acre church. Photo: @norfolk_wanderer

7. Evening sunset on Castle Acre church.

Shingle Street. Photo: @nick_seaman_photosShingle Street. Photo: @nick_seaman_photos

8. Shingle street.

Southwold. Photo: @nick_seaman_photosSouthwold. Photo: @nick_seaman_photos

9. Southwold beach huts.

Cromer. Photo: @alan_on_instaCromer. Photo: @alan_on_insta

10. Perfect symmetry on Cromer pier.

Ickworth house. Photo: @dinky1711Ickworth house. Photo: @dinky1711

11. Peace and tranquillity amongst the flowers at Ickworth house.

If you would like your photos included in the weekly roundup then tag our Instagram page @edp24. Alternatively, you can also upload them to Iwitness24 to have the chance of being featured in our newspapers and other online galleries.

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