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PUBLISHED: 16:36 23 May 2016 | UPDATED: 16:40 23 May 2016

Blue and belle
A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

Blue and belle A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

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The End of the Day by Mike Collantine. Mike Collantine’s spectacular sunset shot taken near Sutton Heath.

The end of the day
Mike Collantine's spectacular sunset shot taken near Sutton Heath.The end of the day Mike Collantine's spectacular sunset shot taken near Sutton Heath.

Beach Garden by Tim Bennet. A spring arrival, comfrey on Aldeburgh beach.

BENNETT Comfrey on Aldeburgh BeachBENNETT Comfrey on Aldeburgh Beach

Trimley Marshes by Stephen Squirrell. The sculptural image of bare trees against cranes at the Port of Felixstowe.

SQUIRRELL Trimley MarshesSQUIRRELL Trimley Marshes

Caught in the Garden by Jayne Green. A busy resident robin, clearly with a job to do feeding a growing family.

GREEN Caught in the gardenGREEN Caught in the garden

EWE2 at Ickworth by Peter Reddick. A proud mum and her offspring enjoying the spring sunshine.

REDDICK Ewe2 at IckworthREDDICK Ewe2 at Ickworth

Cloud Cover by Neil Klotz. Neil Klotz’s stunning image of a towering nimbus over Foxhall, just outside Ipswich.

KLOTZ Nimbus Over FoxhallKLOTZ Nimbus Over Foxhall

Blue and Belle by Peter Cutts. Capturing an abundant bluebell and of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

Blue and belle

A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in SuffolkBlue and belle A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

Super Suffolk by Stephen Squirrell. Stephen’s image taken close to his home at Felixstowe.

SQUIRRELL Super SuffolkSQUIRRELL Super Suffolk

Covehithe Flyover by Martin Roper. Martin Roper captured this marvellous view of Covehithe with local residents returning to roost.

ROPER covehithe FlyoverROPER covehithe Flyover

Travelling in Style by Ron Hoy. Some great classics turn out for an event at Kersey Mill.

HOY Classic Car Event at Kersey MillHOY Classic Car Event at Kersey Mill

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