Twenty brilliant reader photos of Norfolk sent to us this week

Reader Pictures of the Week.

Reader Pictures of the 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.

Taken at Hunstanton beach last week during the heatwave.

Taken at Hunstanton beach last week during the heatwave. - Credit: citizenside.com

Thornham Beach during last week's heatwave by Ashley Taylor

A beautiful evening spent at Holkham.

A beautiful evening spent at Holkham. - Credit: citizenside.com

Riding on Holkham Beach at Sunset by Sarah Harvey

Whilst the rest of the Stags were busy in the rut, this fellow seemed quite content to keep out of t

Whilst the rest of the Stags were busy in the rut, this fellow seemed quite content to keep out of the way in the trees and eat. - Credit: citizenside.com

Stag at Holkham Park by Richard Brunton

A few pictures taken whilst walking out on the sands at Stiffkey, demonstrating I think, what a wond

A few pictures taken whilst walking out on the sands at Stiffkey, demonstrating I think, what a wonderful area we live in. - Credit: citizenside.com

Stiffkey Beach by Neville Yardy

I had a trip out to Lackford to see the new hide I wasn't disappointed.

I had a trip out to Lackford to see the new hide I wasn't disappointed. - Credit: citizenside.com


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A stunning Kingfisher by Frances Crickmore

The lovely cathedral beside the flats on Earlham Road

The lovely cathedral beside the flats on Earlham Road - Credit: citizenside.com

Something old and something new, the cathedral beside the flats on Earlham Road by Karen Bailey

walk through Elm Hill Norwich. 19-09-2016

walk through Elm Hill Norwich. 19-09-2016 - Credit: citizenside.com

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Walk through Elm Hill by Peter Dent

On a photoshoot shoot with a friend last Sunday evening after dark Taken with a canon 5D Mark 3 wit

On a photoshoot shoot with a friend last Sunday evening after dark Taken with a canon 5D Mark 3 with a 24 -105 lens using a tripod - Credit: citizenside.com

The Forum at night by Rosie Taylor

A gust of wind gave the Kingfisher a great new look, just before she downed another fish!

A gust of wind gave the Kingfisher a great new look, just before she downed another fish! - Credit: citizenside.com

Kingfisher downing fish by Gavin Bickerton Jones

Ruddy darter at sculthorpe moor

Ruddy darter at sculthorpe moor - Credit: citizenside.com

Darter at Sculthorpe Moor by Paul Reynolds

beach

beach - Credit: citizenside.com

West Runton Beach by Louise O'Shea

Sheringham

Sheringham - Credit: Archant

Sheringham Beach by @clarissa82photography

Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral - Credit: Archant

Norwich Cathedral by @jwicks84

Sunset on the broads at Thurne windpump

Sunset on the broads at Thurne windpump - Credit: Archant

Sunset on the broads at Thurne windpump by @norfolklandscapephotography

Morning sunrise at Gorleston Beach

Morning sunrise at Gorleston Beach - Credit: Archant

Morning sunrise at Gorleston Beach by @m.fararaday.d_photography

Early morning birding at Whitlingham

Early morning birding at Whitlingham - Credit: Archant

Early morning birding at Whitlingham by @garybirder

Swimming lessons in North Norfolk

Swimming lessons in North Norfolk - Credit: Archant

Swimming lessons for Seals in North Norfolk by @the_old_bakery

Autum has officially started but I think summer still has some fight left in her

Autum has officially started but I think summer still has some fight left in her - Credit: Archant

Autumn has officially started but I think summer still has some fight left in her by @powlesey

Rain today, water off a duck's back

Rain today, water off a duck's back - Credit: Archant

Rain today, water off a duck's back by @julie.boothby

Happisburgh beach

Happisburgh beach - Credit: Archant

Happisburgh beach by @billysmith1

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