Classic Eastbourne seaside shot - and one of our beloved seals

A classic seaside shot, one of the harbour’s beloved seals and six other photographs from around the area make up this week’s crop of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures.

Thursday, 25th July 2019, 4:34 pm
Deckchair and pier in the sunshine, taken by Rob Torre. "A classic shot on a lovely day," he said. SUS-190725-144353001
Deckchair and pier in the sunshine, taken by Rob Torre. "A classic shot on a lovely day," he said. SUS-190725-144353001

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View of the seafront from the top of the pier, taken by Bob Newton with a Samsung S8. SUS-190725-144225001
One of the four seals who live at Sovereign Harbour was snapped basking on the mud by Rob Torre. SUS-190725-144236001
Thsi shot of Beachy Head Lighthouse, shrouded by an inverted cloud with the Milky Way as it's backdrop, was taken by Neil Newby. "You don't get this very often," he said. SUS-190725-144258001
Derek A Briggs snapped a pair of Great Crested Grebe with two young West Langney Marsh Lake. "One was riding on mums back," he said. Taken with an Olympus mirrorless camera. SUS-190725-144311001
Jim Brown, from Old Town, took this sunrise at the Bandstand on the morning of Saturday July 13, with an iPhone. SUS-190725-144321001
Elena Riva took this picture of the beach at low tide at Holywell, looking towards Beachy Head. SUS-190725-144332001
An evening visitor to Anne Norton's garden in Eastbourne, taken with an iPhone. "Popped in for a cool drink," she said. SUS-190725-144343001