Photos of the Week: Picturesque swan lake to dew-covered Ginny Joe’s

Send us your photos on Instagram @ElyStandard using #ElyStandardPhotos or email them to harry.rutter@archant.co.uk

Send us your photos on Instagram @ElyStandard using #ElyStandardPhotos or email them to harry.rutter@archant.co.uk along with a caption and name to credit. - Credit: Ely Standard Photos 

As the weeks go on, more and more of you seem to be getting involved with our weekly photography showcase; it’s so simple to get involved. 

We’ve hand-picked some of our favourites from submissions via email and our official Instagram through direct message and our hashtag #ElyStandardPhotos.  

Three of this week’s entries come from new entrant Philippa Baker and the rest are by Photos of the Week regular Sally Redgrave, thank you both for your contributions.  

Each week we select some of your pictures to show off to our readers both in our newspaper, on our website and of course across our social media.  

If you didn’t make the page this week, be sure to keep bombarding us with your best snaps to be in with a chance of having your work displayed.  

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK:

Moody clouds.

Moody clouds. - Credit: Philippa Baker

Early morning by the Ouse.

Early morning by the Ouse. - Credit: Philippa Baker

Swan-flection.

Swan-flection. - Credit: Philippa Baker

Shots of Ginny Joe’s with morning dew.

Shots of Ginny Joe’s with morning dew. - Credit: Sally Redgrave

Sunrises North of Ely.

Sunrises North of Ely. - Credit: Sally Redgrave

Ginny Joe’s with morning dew.

Ginny Joe’s with morning dew. - Credit: Sally Redgrave

To make a submission, email: harry.rutter@archant.co.uk along with a short caption describing the photo, you can also do this via Instagram messages of through #ElyStandardPhotos.  

All photos under #ElyStandardPhotos may be used in our newspaper or on our websites to both illustrate news stories/features or be included in ‘Photos of the Week’.  

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