16 brilliant reader photos of Norfolk and Suffolk sent to us this week

Just some of the reader pictures sent to us this week.

Just some of the reader pictures sent to us this week. - Credit: Archant

We get lots of fantastic photos sent to us every week and here are some of the best from the past seven days.

@86dje sent us this Wells sunset via Instagram.

@86dje sent us this Wells sunset via Instagram. - Credit: Archant

•@86dje sent us this photograph of a beautiful sunset at Wells-next-the-Sea via Instagram.

On a sunny day a Mr Whippy from Norwich Market is the answer! Picture: @fry_up_inspector

On a sunny day a Mr Whippy from Norwich Market is the answer! Picture: @fry_up_inspector - Credit: Archant

•On a sunny day in the city a Mr Whippy from Norwich Market is the answer! @fry_up_inspector sent us this photo of the one they enjoyed.

Norwich's Castle Gardens sent to us by @documentnorwich via Instagram.

Norwich's Castle Gardens sent to us by @documentnorwich via Instagram. - Credit: Archant

•Castle Gardens in Norwich sent to us by @documentnorwich via Instagram.

Sara Azzopari sent us this great shot of Blakeney.

Sara Azzopari sent us this great shot of Blakeney. - Credit: Archant

•Sara Azzopari sent us this great shot of the boats at Blakeney via our Twitter page.

Heacham landscape sent to us by @mofimofi13 on Instagram.

Heacham landscape sent to us by @mofimofi13 on Instagram. - Credit: Archant

•The Heacham landscape sent to us by @mofimofi13 on Instagram.

Stunning Happisburgh sun set taken by Ben Jeckells.

Stunning Happisburgh sun set taken by Ben Jeckells. - Credit: Archant

•Stunning sun set ay Happisburgh taken by Ben Jeckells.

Andy Manning sent us this photo of North Denes Beach via Facebook.

Andy Manning sent us this photo of North Denes Beach via Facebook. - Credit: Archant

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•Andy Manning sent us this beautiful photo of North Denes Beach via our Facebook page.

Karl Hammet used Twitter to send us this photo of Martham.

Karl Hammet used Twitter to send us this photo of Martham. - Credit: Archant

•Karl Hammet used Twitter to send us this photo of the fields of Martham.

Norfolk lavender sent to us by @merrybeebuzz via Instagram.

Norfolk lavender sent to us by @merrybeebuzz via Instagram. - Credit: Archant

•Norfolk lavender sent to us by @merrybeebuzz via Instagram.

Wheat in the countryside sent to us by @norwich_life via Instagram.

Wheat in the countryside sent to us by @norwich_life via Instagram. - Credit: Archant

•Wheat in the Norfolk countryside sent to us by @norwich_life via Instagram.

@tom_swabey sent us this view from Britannia Barracks.

@tom_swabey sent us this view from Britannia Barracks. - Credit: Archant

•@tom_swabey sent us this view of Norwich from the Britannia Barracks.

Great Yarnouth beach taken by Karl Hammett.

Great Yarnouth beach taken by Karl Hammett. - Credit: Archant

•Stunning black and white shot of Great Yarmouth beach taken by Karl Hammett.

Liz Powell took this photo of the Old Buckenham Airshow.

Liz Powell took this photo of the Old Buckenham Airshow. - Credit: Archant

•Liz Powell took this photo of a plane displaying at the Old Buckenham Airshow.

John Thompson sent us this photo of a Cromer sunset.

John Thompson sent us this photo of a Cromer sunset. - Credit: Archant

•John Thompson sent us this photo of a Cromer sunset.

Hanging on! @kimlsimons

Hanging on! @kimlsimons - Credit: Archant

•This insect is just about hanging on! Picture courtesy of @kimlsimons.

Beautiful shot of the Earsham River sent to us by Andrew Atterwell.

Beautiful shot of the Earsham River sent to us by Andrew Atterwell. - Credit: Archant

•Beautiful shot of the Earsham River sent to us by Andrew Atterwell.

As always, thank you to everyone for sending us their fantastic photos you can scroll through our gallery to see some of the photos we were sent and also see them on our EDP24 Instagram profile.

If you upload your pictures at www.iwitness24.co.uk and you could see them on our website and in the newspaper.

You can send us your photos to the EDP Facebook page or to @EDP24 on Twitter.

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