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10 beautiful reader photographs of Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 16:39 07 January 2016 | UPDATED: 17:25 07 January 2016

We love receiving photographs from our readers

We love receiving photographs from our readers

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These breathtaking photographs, sent in by Suffolk Life readers, highlight the natural beauty of our county.

Black, White and Gold by Robert Birnie

Herringfleet Mill standing proudly in a winter landscapeHerringfleet Mill standing proudly in a winter landscape

Frosty Start by Heather Tanner

Sunrise taken from the bedroom window of Heather Tanner, over frosty fields at dawn in Mid SuffolkSunrise taken from the bedroom window of Heather Tanner, over frosty fields at dawn in Mid Suffolk

Tunnel of Green by Ron Hoy

Early autumn in Chantry Park, IpswichEarly autumn in Chantry Park, Ipswich

Bee Happy by Louise Farman

Another reminder of warmer days ahead, taken by Louise Farman in her Suffolk gardenAnother reminder of warmer days ahead, taken by Louise Farman in her Suffolk garden

Making Tracks by Mick Collantine

Mick Collantine's pretty winter scene taken near Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, on the outskirts of IpswichMick Collantine's pretty winter scene taken near Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, on the outskirts of Ipswich

On Reflection by Robin Elizabeth Heald

Robin Elizabeth Heald's creative look at puddlesRobin Elizabeth Heald's creative look at puddles

Butterfly Beauties By David Offord

David Offord's images of a silver washed fritillary and a male common blue butterfly are a welcome reminder of summerDavid Offord's images of a silver washed fritillary and a male common blue butterfly are a welcome reminder of summer

Black Birds by Barry Pullen

Barry Pullen's superbly captured image of a murmuration of starlings at RSPB MinsmereBarry Pullen's superbly captured image of a murmuration of starlings at RSPB Minsmere

First Light by Sue George

Sue George took this evocative image from her home in Felixstowe, on the site of the former Felixstowe College, which is surrounded by an old wall with spires on itSue George took this evocative image from her home in Felixstowe, on the site of the former Felixstowe College, which is surrounded by an old wall with spires on it

King of the River by Richard Gifford

Richard's superb shot of a brightly coloured kingfisher was captured on the River Brett at HadleighRichard's superb shot of a brightly coloured kingfisher was captured on the River Brett at Hadleigh

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