A week in pictures from East Devon

PUBLISHED: 15:00 14 April 2018

A week in pictures from our readers.

A week in pictures from our readers.

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Catch our weekly round-up of photos from our readers.

Budleigh sunset. Picture: Kerry Drew Budleigh sunset. Picture: Kerry Drew

Each week we put together a gallery of readers’ pictures sent to us through our photo-sharing website iwitness24.

If you would like to get involved and start seeing your photos in print/online then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

PHOTO CHALLENGE: Every week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and the next theme is ‘Closer’. We are looking for your shots taken from anywhere around East Devon of subjects in close-up. If you would like to enter then simply go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your photos to the East Devon Photo Challenge channel.

Suddenly spied this sunset through my window and grabbed the camera before the shot was lost. Picture: Barbara Mellor Suddenly spied this sunset through my window and grabbed the camera before the shot was lost. Picture: Barbara Mellor

Taken the week after the total eclipse in August 1999. Picture: Barbara Mellor Taken the week after the total eclipse in August 1999. Picture: Barbara Mellor

On a day when there was so much cloud, I was so lucky to catch some shots of the total eclipse from above Budleigh Salterton beach along with thousands of other people all watching.  These two photographs are just before and just after the total eclipse when the street lights came on and the birds stopped singing.  It was quite eerie! Picture: Barbara Mellor On a day when there was so much cloud, I was so lucky to catch some shots of the total eclipse from above Budleigh Salterton beach along with thousands of other people all watching. These two photographs are just before and just after the total eclipse when the street lights came on and the birds stopped singing. It was quite eerie! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Another sunset, this time taken from my back garden. Picture: Barbara Mellor Another sunset, this time taken from my back garden. Picture: Barbara Mellor

On a day when there was so much cloud, I was so lucky to catch some shots of the total eclipse from above Budleigh Salterton beach along with thousands of other people all watching.  These two photographs are just before and just after the total eclipse when the street lights came on and the birds stopped singing.  It was quite eerie! Picture: Barbara Mellor On a day when there was so much cloud, I was so lucky to catch some shots of the total eclipse from above Budleigh Salterton beach along with thousands of other people all watching. These two photographs are just before and just after the total eclipse when the street lights came on and the birds stopped singing. It was quite eerie! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Back to my neighbour's rooftop for this shot of unusual cloud formation. Picture: Barbara Mellor Back to my neighbour's rooftop for this shot of unusual cloud formation. Picture: Barbara Mellor

It is amazing how the setting sun can colour the entire sky! Picture: Barbara Mellor It is amazing how the setting sun can colour the entire sky! Picture: Barbara Mellor

Gorgeous sky on my drive home from picking up my daughter from school near Upottery and Luppit. Picture: Julieann Spencer Gorgeous sky on my drive home from picking up my daughter from school near Upottery and Luppit. Picture: Julieann Spencer

Sunset from Core Hill, Sidmouth. Picture: Reece Seal Sunset from Core Hill, Sidmouth. Picture: Reece Seal

I went past the exmouth Wheel after it was dark, although the wheel is not open to the public for people to ride on in the evenings. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I went past the exmouth Wheel after it was dark, although the wheel is not open to the public for people to ride on in the evenings. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I was walking along the road, near Exe Estuary whilst the tide was out on Thursday 12th April 2018, at 11am. Picture: Luke Eveleigh I was walking along the road, near Exe Estuary whilst the tide was out on Thursday 12th April 2018, at 11am. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

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