Your photos of some of our region’s natural beauty spots

Norfolk Coast Path – Thornham (Summer) by Lee Acaster (from Wortham in Suffolk)‘A trail for all seas

Norfolk Coast Path – Thornham (Summer) by Lee Acaster (from Wortham in Suffolk)‘A trail for all seasons’ ran from the end of March until November 1, to encourage even more people to use the Norfolk Trails throughout the year, capturing different seasonal images along the routes as they go Managed by Norfolk County Council, the Norfolk Trails network brings together over 1,200 miles of circular, long and short walks, cycle and bridle routes throughout Norfolk. - Credit: Lee Acaster

Some of Norfolk's most picturesque natural sights have been captured in stunning detail on camera, and it is now up to you to decide which is the most beautiful.

After almost 200 entries, the finalists for Norfolk County Council's A Trail for All Seasons' photography competition have been revealed.

The competition, which ran from the end of March until November 1, challenged the county's ramblers to take to the many Norfolk Trails footpaths and capture the diverse landscapes in different seasonal conditions, on camera.

The entries have now been whittled down to just six, from which the public must choose a winner.

Hilary Cox, who judged the competition along with David Yates, senior trails officer, and Steve Adams, EDP picture editor, said: 'The selected photos clearly show the beauty of the Norfolk Trails and why they are cherished by so many.

'It will be very interesting to see which image is chosen by the public, as all of the finalists have taken wonderful photos.'

To choose your favourite, visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/trailsphotocomp.

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