Here’s mother sparrow feeding her fledgelings, plus more of your pictures of beautiful Eastbourne

Fledgling sparrows, some beautiful woods and landscapes and a pair of penny farthings - here’s this week’s selection of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures.

Friday, 17th May 2019, 10:44 am
Sparrow mum feeds her fledglings. This close up was taken by David Ford. SUS-190515-154503001

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Kev Dakin took this striking photograph of the beach at Holywell at low tide, looking back towards Eastbourne and the pier, with an iPhone. SUS-190515-154616001
Eastbourne seafront in the evening, taken from Langney Point by John Lauper, with a Canon EOS 60D. SUS-190515-154452001
Karen Bailey took this photograph of the swan family at Hampden Park with an iPhone. "Proud parents surrounded by amazing May colours. Tranquil conditions," she said. SUS-190515-154627001
Lynda Foster snapped this sweet shot at Eastbourne seafront's Carpet Gardens with an iPhone - two penny farthings against the fence. SUS-190515-154638001
The Seven Sisters from Birling Gap, by Martin Rumary. "Our coastline is just so beautiful and dramatic," he said. SUS-190515-154531001
Roger Grout took this photograph of the young herons in Hampden Park with a Lumix tz57. "Good to see the young ones growing so well," he said. SUS-190515-154542001
Sue Barrell took this shot of Eastbourne pier through the leaves on a Saturday morning with an iPhone S3. SUS-190515-154554001
Norman Brown found this iris bloom in his back garden after a spell of heavy rain. aken with a Canon 6D camera. SUS-190515-154605001
A beautiful natural cathedral in Friston Forest, taken by Stella Lockyer with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. SUS-190515-154514001
Stella Ann Ward took this lovely photgraph at Hampden Park. "A taste of summer in April," she said. SUS-190105-121925001