Tracy Owen went fishing at the mushroom farm off the Ersham Road and snapped this row of geese with a Panasonic Lumix TZ60 Digital compact camera. SUS-190606-095448001

It’s a gaggle of geese! Take a gander at this week’s selection of readers’ pictures in Eastbourne

A gaggle of geese, a curious damselfly and a male woodpecker feeding his young... wildlife in all its variety features in this week’s selection of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures.

There’s even a holly blue butterfly. If you have a picture you would like to share with us, please email it as a JPEG to eastbourne.herald@jpimedia.co.uk, telling us a little about the photograph and the type of camera used.

Tracy Owen went fishing at the mushroom farm off the Ersham Road and snapped this row of geese with a Panasonic Lumix TZ60 Digital compact camera. SUS-190606-095448001
Tracy Owen went fishing at the mushroom farm off the Ersham Road and snapped this row of geese with a Panasonic Lumix TZ60 Digital compact camera. SUS-190606-095448001
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Another from Tracy Owen's fishing trip - a damselfly inspecting a float. SUS-190606-095355001
Another from Tracy Owen's fishing trip - a damselfly inspecting a float. SUS-190606-095355001
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The view from  Hope Point looking east at low tide - the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. This photograph was taken by Gary Jones on a Nikon D800. SUS-190606-095405001
The view from Hope Point looking east at low tide - the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. This photograph was taken by Gary Jones on a Nikon D800. SUS-190606-095405001
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John Lee, of Firwood Close, took this photograph of a halo round the sun from his back garden on June 2 at 1pm. "Is it only on a Sunday the sun has a halo?" he said. Sun halos are caused by ice crystals in the upper atmospher, which refract the light. SUS-190606-095415001
John Lee, of Firwood Close, took this photograph of a halo round the sun from his back garden on June 2 at 1pm. "Is it only on a Sunday the sun has a halo?" he said. Sun halos are caused by ice crystals in the upper atmospher, which refract the light. SUS-190606-095415001
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