North Norfolk: A week in pictures

Lovely little robin at Cley marsh. Photo: David Thacker

Lovely little robin at Cley marsh. Photo: David Thacker - Credit: citizenside.com

A selection of some of the best reader pictures submitted through iwitness.co.uk

Blakeny on a sunny morning. Photo: Martin Sizeland

Blakeny on a sunny morning. Photo: Martin Sizeland - Credit: citizenside.com

North Norfolk is arguably one of the most beautiful corners of the country.

From beaches and seaside towns to open fields and woodlands, we are inviting readers to send us photographs of their favourite places.

And each week we will publish a gallery of your stunning snaps.

Do you have a photograph you would like to share? Uploading your pictures has never been easier, just log on to our sister site - www.iwitness24.co.uk - and follow the step by step instructions.

Beautiful views across the lakes and through the gardens at Pensthorpe. Photo: Carole Kenyon

Beautiful views across the lakes and through the gardens at Pensthorpe. Photo: Carole Kenyon - Credit: citizenside.com


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Very foggy sunrise at Cley. Photo: Brad Damms

Very foggy sunrise at Cley. Photo: Brad Damms - Credit: citizenside.com

Cold but sunny morning at Blakeney. The reed bunting was warming up in the sun and no doubt getting

Cold but sunny morning at Blakeney. The reed bunting was warming up in the sun and no doubt getting ready to find breakfast. Photo: Robina Churchyard - Credit: citizenside.com

Salthouse from across the marshes. Photo: Peter Dent

Salthouse from across the marshes. Photo: Peter Dent - Credit: citizenside.com

Lovely little robin at Cley marsh. Photo: David Thacker

Lovely little robin at Cley marsh. Photo: David Thacker - Credit: citizenside.com

The rails on a Bridge at Stiffkey. Photo: Martin Sizeland

The rails on a Bridge at Stiffkey. Photo: Martin Sizeland - Credit: citizenside.com

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