This week’s winner of See it, Snap it, Send it is Joanne Allen, from Walsham-le-Willows, with this silhouette picture of her husband fishing during a holiday in Paphos, Cyprus.
Joanne says: “I just love the way my hubby is in deep thought, looking as if he is praying for tuna – if anything, he caught the sun.
Joanne wins the chance to have her picture made into an A3 canvas print, courtesy of Denny Bros’ Sprint Print service, in King’s Road, Bury St Edmunds. Alternativel, she can choose to have five smaller glossy prints.
Other entries this week included:
Taken from the doorway of the Angel Hotel, in Bury St Edmunds, this picture of a rainbow arcing over St Edmundsbury Cathedral was submitted by Andy
Karl Ludvigsen, from Hawkedon, sent in the picture from above the clouds. Karl said it was taken from a Boeing 777 lifting off from Chicago O’Hare Airport last Sunday evening on his way back to the UK.
Howard Wright was among the huge crowd that welcomed the Tour de France to the region on Monday. Howard said he took the picture near Sawston, in Cambridgeshire.
Laura Fidoe, from Feltwell, got a grandstand view of a display by the Red Arrows – and she didn’t have to leave home.
Laura, 20, said: “This is my image of the Red Arrows which were on display at the 4th of July celebrations at RAF Feltwell. I was lucky enough to be able to capture this shot in my back garden.”
Andy Page, from Barningham, who sent in a picture from his garden, wrote: “A beautiful flower in our garden – on the down side it smells like rotting flesh. I believe it’s called the corpse flower but not completely sure on that.”
This photograph of a field of poppies was sent in by Phil McGahan, from Garboldisham, near Diss.
Phil said the picture was taken from alongside the village’s Church Road at the beginning of last month.
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