In pictures: Nature from around East Devon

PUBLISHED: 15:00 05 May 2018

A week in pictures from East Devon.

A week in pictures from East Devon.

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Don’t miss our weekly round-up of readers’ pictures. Share yours with us at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Another day walking and looking for moments to shoot with my camera. Picture: Paco CastejonAnother day walking and looking for moments to shoot with my camera. Picture: Paco Castejon

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

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PHOTO CHALLENGE: Each week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and this week’s theme is ‘Landscapes’. We are looking for your favourite shots of flora and fauna from anywhere around East Devon. To enter go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your images to the East Devon ‘Photo Challenge’ group and we’ll include them in an online gallery and possibly in print too. Deadline for entries is Friday May, 18.

My daughter encountered this beautiful adder on Woodbury Common this week. Picture: Gill BarrettMy daughter encountered this beautiful adder on Woodbury Common this week. Picture: Gill Barrett

Always enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda SnellAlways enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda Snell

Always enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda SnellAlways enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda Snell

Always enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda SnellAlways enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda Snell

Captured at Bystock Pools, Woodbury. Picture: Heidi  ParkerCaptured at Bystock Pools, Woodbury. Picture: Heidi Parker

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Always enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda SnellAlways enjoy seeing the bee’s my hanging baskets attract. Looking forward to seeing them again this year when summer arrives. Picture: Rhoda Snell

While walking the coast path from Seaton to Beer I found a beautiful wild geum plant and feeding greedily on it was a spring time bee who was too busy to notice me snapping his image on my phone camera [ sony experia z2]. Picture: Neil CooteWhile walking the coast path from Seaton to Beer I found a beautiful wild geum plant and feeding greedily on it was a spring time bee who was too busy to notice me snapping his image on my phone camera [ sony experia z2]. Picture: Neil Coote

Bees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe FlockhartBees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe Flockhart

Bees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe FlockhartBees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe Flockhart

Bees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe FlockhartBees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe Flockhart

Bees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe FlockhartBees in the garden, butterflies at Seaton Jurassic and albino bluebells near Talaton. Picture: Zoe Flockhart

The sun was shining over the Estuary, around 8pm (BST) on Wednesday 2nd May 2018. Picture: Luke EveleighThe sun was shining over the Estuary, around 8pm (BST) on Wednesday 2nd May 2018. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I was along Exmouth sea-front during the evening of Thursday 3rd May 2018. Picture: Luke EveleighI was along Exmouth sea-front during the evening of Thursday 3rd May 2018. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

Beautiful up on the Common. Picture: Rachel DanceBeautiful up on the Common. Picture: Rachel Dance

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