Six brilliant photos of Norfolk sent to us this week

Take a look at some of the best reader pictures sent to us this week.

Take a look at some of the best reader pictures sent to us this week. - Credit: Archant

We get lots of fantastic photos sent to us every week on Facebook, Twitter and on our iwitness24.co.uk website. Here are some of the best ones from the last week.

Jules Adam's dog enjoys a run on a sunning West Runton beach.

Jules Adam's dog enjoys a run on a sunning West Runton beach. - Credit: Archant

•A cute dog enjoying a run around on West Runton beach. This great shot was taken by reader Jules Adam who sent it to us via our Facebook page.

Dudley Rader snapped this double rainbow over Thorpe St Andrew.

Dudley Rader snapped this double rainbow over Thorpe St Andrew. - Credit: Archant

•Beautiful double rainbow over Thorpe St Andrew. This stunning photo was sent to us on Twitter from Dudley Rader.

Paula Tillson loved the Royal Arcade in Norwich.

Paula Tillson loved the Royal Arcade in Norwich. - Credit: Archant

•Paula Tillson wrote 'I love the architecture in the Royal Arcade, Norwich' as she sent this photo to us via Facebook.

Bob Cameron's stunning photo of a sunrise over Bacton Beach.

Bob Cameron's stunning photo of a sunrise over Bacton Beach. - Credit: Archant

•We may not have seen much of the sun this week but Bob Cameron managed to capture it beautifully rising over Bacton Beach.

Paul Hick captured a lovely sunny day at East Runton.

Paul Hick captured a lovely sunny day at East Runton. - Credit: Archant

•Paul Hick sent us this bright and cheerful shot of East Runton via our Facebook page.

Ollie Hunt captured the blue skies over West Runton

Ollie Hunt captured the blue skies over West Runton - Credit: Archant

•The tranquillity of West Runton beach shot perfectly by reader Ollie Hunt.

You can send us your photos to the EDP Facebook page, on iwitness24 or to @EDP24 on Twitter.

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