Seaside scenes, ponies, boats, squirrels and a mandarin duck - beautiful Eastbourne through the lenses of our readers

Seaside scenes, ponies, boats, squirrels and a mandarin duck - here’s this week’s round up of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures to brighten up you day.

Friday, 22nd March 2019, 10:29 am
Updated Friday, 22nd March 2019, 10:31 am
Beachy Head and Falling Sands at sunset, taken by Marcus Berrisford. SUS-190320-150355001

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Hang parachutist hovering near Beachy Head - with Eastbourne, and Langney Point clear in the background. This picture was taken by Scott Curtis-Ells.
Photo of the sun rising on the seafront at Eastbourne bandstand, from Steven Bond. SUS-190320-150418001
Low tide at Holywell beach, showing the rock pools, by David Ford. SUS-190321-091047001
Squirrel taking a snack at Hampden Park, by Martin Rumary. SUS-190321-091058001
Ponies at Birling Gap, with their backs to the strong wind, by Bob Newton, taken with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone on Sunday March 10. SUS-190321-091109001
Another from Bob Newton, a boat on the beach at Normans Bay. SUS-190321-091119001
Derek A Briggs took this shot of a mandarin duck on the pond at Hampden Park with an Olympus mirrorless camera. "He only stayed four days before continuing his journey but he must have had his photo taken hundreds of times," he said. SUS-190321-103105001
Beachy Head and Falling Sands at sunset, taken by Marcus Berrisford. SUS-190320-150355001
Sunny Eastbourne beach, taken east of the pier by Mihaly Somogyi. SUS-190320-150344001