A sleeping fox cub and a fluffy cygnet are amongst your shots of Eastbourne this week

A fox cub sleeping amongst the roses and a fluffy cygnet are amongst this week’s crop of Eastbourne Herald reader’s pictures, as well as an unintentionally arty shot of the Dakotas’ D-Day flypast, a heron at Hampden Park and the Seven Sisters from Birling Gap.

Thursday, 13th June 2019, 11:05 am
This 14 week old fox cub curled up and sleeping in a neighbours garden was taken by Derek A Briggs, using a Samsung S7 phone. SUS-190613-095326001
This 14 week old fox cub curled up and sleeping in a neighbours garden was taken by Derek A Briggs, using a Samsung S7 phone. SUS-190613-095326001

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Ashley Field took this lovely picture of a cygnet while out in Hampden Park walking the dogs. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 300mm telephoto lens 1/500th sec ' f5.6 ISO 400. SUS-190613-095337001
Cheryl Bone took this atmospheric photograph of the D-Day Dakota flypast over Eastbourne with a Panasonic Lumix TZ70. She said, "Somehow it turned out how it did. It looks like a dark doom laden sky but is in fact trees that are out of focus." SUS-190613-095348001
The Seven Sisters taken from Birling Gap, with beautiful grasses and wild flowers in the foreground.. This photograph was taken by Barry Davis, with a Canon Eos 5d mark iii. SUS-190613-095313001
Fred Stoner snapped this heron at Hampden Park with a Fuji Bridge camera. SUS-190613-095257001
This 14 week old fox cub curled up and sleeping in a neighbours garden was taken by Derek A Briggs, using a Samsung S7 phone. SUS-190613-095326001