READERS’ PHOTO COMPETITION
Email pictures you would like to share with our readers to firstname.lastname@example.org or send prints to our usual address.
There is a maximum of three entries per person. If emailing, please make sure the file size is at least one megabyte. Remember to include your name, address and daytime telephone number. It helps if you can give us a little background information about the picture. If you would like any print pictures returned after use, please include a stamped addressed envelope.
This delightful picture of a bird and a fuchsia flower was sent in via email by Ann Barclay. 3RD
Georgina Brown of Lowestoft, Suffolk captured this image of fox cubs when on an early morning walk on one of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Nature Reserves. “They did not seem to mind my husband and I watching them as after looking our way they carried on, on their own sweet way, enjoying the warm sunshine,” she says.
Rosemary Howard grabbed this picture of two beautiful fallow deer in woodland.
“This beautiful Jay was a regular visitor to my bird feeder in South Wootton, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, in June/July. Eventually there were four of them but only one was brave enough to take the peanuts,” says photographer John Paige.
Harwich Ferry – the foot (and bike) ferry leaving the View Point in Felixstowe towards Harwich. The ferry also serves Shotley and on this occasion was captured by regular entrant in our competition, Mick Webb, of Capel St Mary, Ipswich, Suffolk.
“This tiger looked a little tired,” says Kerry Stone, of Wymondham, Norfolk, who captured this shot at Banham Zoo.