The Journal’s Picture of the Week captures beauty of ‘old Lowestoft’
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This exquisite photo of a rotting ship at Oulton Broad Yacht Station was taken by 66-year-old Mike Pearson.
Mr Pearson, of Kingswood Avenue, Carlton Colville, used his Nikon 7100 to capture the shot.
He said: 'This was actually taken two years ago, you can't see the boat anymore as they have put up fencing.
'Like all amateur photographers I walk around with a camera hoping to find unusual pictures.
'I think it captures a little bit of the old Lowestoft, particularly my past down there.
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'I've lived here all my life and have always walked past the boat as that was the route I used.'
As our winner, Mr Pearson receives a 10in x 8in framed version of his photo from Picture Studios, of London Road North, in Lowestoft town centre. Entries can be of any subject but they must be digital images.
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