Photo challenge winner

PUBLISHED: 09:27 17 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:06 22 May 2017

Another from an April sunrise at Beer beach. Picture: Paul Newman

Another from an April sunrise at Beer beach. Picture: Paul Newman

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Photographer Paul Newman from Weston near Sidmouth, wins our iwitness24 East Devon ‘Sunrises and Sunsets’ photo challenge.

Sun setting over the River Axe. Picture: 
Lycia MooreSun setting over the River Axe. Picture: Lycia Moore

Beer boats at sunrise by Paul Newman was our favourite picture from last week’s iwitness24 photo challenge, sunrises and sunsets. We asked you to send your pictures of golden mornings and evening from across East Devon and we had a brilliant response with over 50 pictures entered.

Last of the light over Exmouth. Picture: Graham BassettLast of the light over Exmouth. Picture: Graham Bassett

iwitness24 is a photo-sharing website run by Archant who publish many local newspapers, including the Sidmouth Herald, Exmouth Journal, Midweek Herald and Cranbrook Herald. Join iwitness24 and you could see your local photographs appearing in print or online across our news titles.

I had to get up early for this sunrise picture. I took it at 06.48 on 13th March. It was a cold but, fortunately, a wind free morning. I liked the way it bathed Straight Point in the morning light. Picture: Dave ToomeyI had to get up early for this sunrise picture. I took it at 06.48 on 13th March. It was a cold but, fortunately, a wind free morning. I liked the way it bathed Straight Point in the morning light. Picture: Dave Toomey

Our next photo challenge is ‘Best Selfie!’ - we want to see your favourite self portrait, taken anywhere in East Devon. Remember, a selfie doesn’t have to be a close-up - you can use your camera’s timer and place yourself anywhere in the picture!

Dusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart HillDusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart Hill

Send us your selfie and we’ll put a gallery of pictures together next week! To enter, click here.

Dusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart HillDusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart Hill

Dusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart HillDusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart Hill

Dusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart HillDusk and dawn walks around Exmouth and Budleigh. Picture: Stewart Hill

Perfect timing as the sun shone bright through the winter mist highlighting this beautiful dead tree in Cranbrook Devons country park. Picture: 
James MardonPerfect timing as the sun shone bright through the winter mist highlighting this beautiful dead tree in Cranbrook Devons country park. Picture: James Mardon

Sunset in the distance at the estuary. Picture: Michelle Cooper - DormerSunset in the distance at the estuary. Picture: Michelle Cooper - Dormer

Stunning sunset at the estuary. Picture: Michelle Cooper - DormerStunning sunset at the estuary. Picture: Michelle Cooper - Dormer

Sunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill DougalSunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill Dougal

Sunset at Seaton over the Axe. Picture: Lycia MooreSunset at Seaton over the Axe. Picture: Lycia Moore

Sunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill DougalSunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill Dougal

Sunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill DougalSunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill Dougal

Sunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill DougalSunset over Exe estuary. Picture: Gill Dougal

Serenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue BabbSerenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue Babb

Serenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue BabbSerenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue Babb

Serenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue BabbSerenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue Babb

Serenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue BabbSerenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue Babb

Serenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue BabbSerenity on the Exe. Picture: Sue Babb

Another lovely evening watching the sun go down across the Exe. Picture: Jenny BowdenAnother lovely evening watching the sun go down across the Exe. Picture: Jenny Bowden

Driving home one night I stumbled across this awesome sunset over Courtlands, Exmouth. Picture: Steve HammondDriving home one night I stumbled across this awesome sunset over Courtlands, Exmouth. Picture: Steve Hammond

Fisherman at sunset on Seaton beach. Picture: 
Lycia MooreFisherman at sunset on Seaton beach. Picture: Lycia Moore

Taken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian FrostTaken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian Frost

Taken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian FrostTaken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian Frost

Taken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian FrostTaken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian Frost

Taken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian FrostTaken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian Frost

Taken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian FrostTaken in the vicinity of Shelly Beach and Exmouth Beach. A couple were iPhone photos 'grabbed' as I saw them, the others were more sedately taken. Picture: Brian Frost

Sunset from a Spaniel's eye view. As a dog walker I'm outside at all times of the day in all weather. My favourite time to walk is sunset or sunrise. We are lucky to live somewhere so stunning. Picture: Lee SalterSunset from a Spaniel's eye view. As a dog walker I'm outside at all times of the day in all weather. My favourite time to walk is sunset or sunrise. We are lucky to live somewhere so stunning. Picture: Lee Salter

Sunset from a Spaniel's eye view - The geoneedle at Orcombe Point. As a dog walker I'm outside at all times of the day in all weather. My favourite time to walk is sunset or sunrise. We are lucky to live somewhere so stunning. Picture: Lee SalterSunset from a Spaniel's eye view - The geoneedle at Orcombe Point. As a dog walker I'm outside at all times of the day in all weather. My favourite time to walk is sunset or sunrise. We are lucky to live somewhere so stunning. Picture: Lee Salter

Sidmouth sunrise. Picture: Wendy DurlingSidmouth sunrise. Picture: Wendy Durling

Low sun at misty Tipton St. John. Picture: Wendy DurlingLow sun at misty Tipton St. John. Picture: Wendy Durling

Dramatic dawn skies over the beach at Exmouth. Picture: Tina BurkeDramatic dawn skies over the beach at Exmouth. Picture: Tina Burke

A beautiful sunset over Cranbrook Devon. Picture: 
James MardonA beautiful sunset over Cranbrook Devon. Picture: James Mardon

Beautiful sunset over a lake in Woodbury. Picture: Charlotte WellingtonBeautiful sunset over a lake in Woodbury. Picture: Charlotte Wellington

A November sunrise from Branscombe west cliff looking towards Beer Head. Picture: Paul NewmanA November sunrise from Branscombe west cliff looking towards Beer Head. Picture: Paul Newman

The hamlet of Weston (near Sidmouth) during a particularly fiery sunrise. Picture: Paul NewmanThe hamlet of Weston (near Sidmouth) during a particularly fiery sunrise. Picture: Paul Newman

Looking west from Weston (near Sidmouth) towards the Donkey Sanctuary at sunset. Picture: Paul NewmanLooking west from Weston (near Sidmouth) towards the Donkey Sanctuary at sunset. Picture: Paul Newman

An April sunrise at Beer beach with the fishing boats in silhouette. Picture: Paul NewmanAn April sunrise at Beer beach with the fishing boats in silhouette. Picture: Paul Newman

Long exposure capture of Sidmouth seafront. Picture: Gavin CookLong exposure capture of Sidmouth seafront. Picture: Gavin Cook

Taken last December from the cliffs, looking down towards Exmouth beach with a fog bank rolling across the estuary. Picture: Richard WhiteTaken last December from the cliffs, looking down towards Exmouth beach with a fog bank rolling across the estuary. Picture: Richard White

Duck ponds, Exmouth, at low tide. Picture: Chris HopkinsDuck ponds, Exmouth, at low tide. Picture: Chris Hopkins

A golden sky over Lympstone. Picture: Chris HopkinsA golden sky over Lympstone. Picture: Chris Hopkins

Last light over Topsham. Picture: Chris HopkinsLast light over Topsham. Picture: Chris Hopkins

Sunrise at Ladram. Picture: Chris HopkinsSunrise at Ladram. Picture: Chris Hopkins

Boats on the Gut, Exmouth and the area. Picture: Chris HopkinsBoats on the Gut, Exmouth and the area. Picture: Chris Hopkins

This was taken from the edge of the Recreation Ground in Exmouth, looking towards Dawlish on an evening last autumn. Picture: John ThorogoodThis was taken from the edge of the Recreation Ground in Exmouth, looking towards Dawlish on an evening last autumn. Picture: John Thorogood

These two photographs were taken over Woodbury Common with a very low sun during April 2016. Picture: John ThorogoodThese two photographs were taken over Woodbury Common with a very low sun during April 2016. Picture: John Thorogood

These two photographs were taken over Woodbury Common with a very low sun during April 2016. Picture: John ThorogoodThese two photographs were taken over Woodbury Common with a very low sun during April 2016. Picture: John Thorogood

This photograph was taken at approximately 5am during the spring of 2016. It was taken just by the southernmost entrance to the Recreation Ground, Exmouth by the Camperdown Terrace Car Park. Picture: John ThorogoodThis photograph was taken at approximately 5am during the spring of 2016. It was taken just by the southernmost entrance to the Recreation Ground, Exmouth by the Camperdown Terrace Car Park. Picture: John Thorogood

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