Seven brilliant reader photos of Norfolk sent to us this week

A couple of the pictures sent to us this week.

A couple of the 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.

My world in my hardns. Brancaster Beach. @suzekins

My world in my hardns. Brancaster Beach. @suzekins - Credit: Archant

•@suzekins sent us this unique photo of Brancaster beach through a crystal ball.

Sheringham sea front. @heathercopping

Sheringham sea front. @heathercopping - Credit: Archant

•Heather Copping captured this tranquil scene at Sheringham.

On my way to work this morning and took this snap. @joe.almighty

On my way to work this morning and took this snap. @joe.almighty - Credit: Archant

•Joe Almighty sent us this sunny photo of Norwich.

Beautiful sunset at Sea Palling. @the_snow_castle_of_alton

Beautiful sunset at Sea Palling. @the_snow_castle_of_alton - Credit: Archant

•@the_snow_castle_of_alton took this beautiful photo of a very pink sunset at Sea Palling.

After a long drive out to the coast, to shoot my very first Milky Way. @86dje

After a long drive out to the coast, to shoot my very first Milky Way. @86dje - Credit: Archant


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•Dan Elvery captured his first ever shot of the milky way a Happisburgh after waiting around for two hours.

Top of Beeston Bump. @hicks.jackie

Top of Beeston Bump. @hicks.jackie - Credit: Archant

•Jackie Hicks took this lovely photo at the top of Beeston Bump.

“But the cliffs of the ocean are truly grand” Hunstanton. @powlesey

“But the cliffs of the ocean are truly grand” Hunstanton. @powlesey - Credit: Archant

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•Kat sent us this colourful picture of the cliffs at Hunstanton.

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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