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North Devon: a week in pictures

PUBLISHED: 12:02 28 January 2018

A week in pictures from our readers.

A week in pictures from our readers.

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Check out this week’s gallery of photos sent in by Gazette readers through our image-sharing website iwitness24.

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

‘Weather’ was the theme to our last photo challenge and we saw an amazing range of shots from Chulmleigh based snapper Deborah Dumont. Deborah is a member of our image-sharing website iwitness24 and you can see more of her work here.

Our new photo challenge theme is ‘Sunrise to Sunset’. Join in at iwitness24 and upload your images to the ‘North Devon Photo Challenge’ group.

More: Click to see all of the latest North Devon iwitness24 news.

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont Particularly love the misty foggy mornngs. Picture: Deborah Dumont

On 27th December I carefully drove out over Exmoor and captured these red deer grazing. Picture: Philip Worth On 27th December I carefully drove out over Exmoor and captured these red deer grazing. Picture: Philip Worth

On 27th December I carefully drove out over Exmoor and captured these red deer grazing. Picture: Philip Worth On 27th December I carefully drove out over Exmoor and captured these red deer grazing. Picture: Philip Worth

Half the battle is getting to the water by the looks of it. Picture: Bobby Vous Half the battle is getting to the water by the looks of it. Picture: Bobby Vous

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

The first Snowdrops of the year in Ilfracombe. The first Snowdrops of the year in Ilfracombe.

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade Rescued seals looked after and brought back to health by Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, released on Combe Martin Beach 07/01/2018. Picture: George Slade

Another brilliant night at the Seaton Gateway, this was definitely not a bums-on-seats type of event with everyone on their feet and even a little dance on the bar from the Joey the Lips new front man Jonny. Picture: Chelsea Underhill Another brilliant night at the Seaton Gateway, this was definitely not a bums-on-seats type of event with everyone on their feet and even a little dance on the bar from the Joey the Lips new front man Jonny. Picture: Chelsea Underhill

I regularly go to Instow beach to walk the dog.  Its a great place for dog walking as its available to walk your dog all year round.
When walking along the beach the weather can change so quickly and when the tide is out you can get some lovely reflections on the sand if you catch the light right. Picture: Andrew Hicks I regularly go to Instow beach to walk the dog. Its a great place for dog walking as its available to walk your dog all year round. When walking along the beach the weather can change so quickly and when the tide is out you can get some lovely reflections on the sand if you catch the light right. Picture: Andrew Hicks

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