'Instagrammable' pictures from around Sussex

This week we asked our readers to send in their favourite 'Instagram worthy' pictures that really show Sussex in its all its beauty and uniqueness.

Friday, 11th September 2020, 1:07 pm
Updated Friday, 11th September 2020, 1:56 pm
Being a coastal county we had to make sure we had a beach scene included. Picture by Jenny Constance

We were blown away by the response, receiving more than 500 pictures. The pictures included here are just some of our favourites and during the next few weeks we will be sharing more of these wonderful pictures.

The iconic arts centre - De La Warr Pavilion - is a favourite among our readers but we particularly loved this picture by Sam Cheshire.
Reader Howard Ralph said: "One of Hastings town centre back in 2016. I thought it's great how I got the reflection on the street pavement and how eerily dark the clouds were that day."
Taken in Hotham Park, Bognor Regis, by Neil Cooper, the Mad Hatters Table is a wooden sculpture commissioned by the former charity Hotham Park Heartage Trust, now Friends of Hotham Park.
Worthing Pier has an all year round exhibition called Art on the Pier, made up of Perspex windows. This one is about Jane Austin and we love how reader Lucy Harvey Gay has captured the window along with the Worthing Observation Wheel.
Thank you to Alistair Ball who sent this picture taken in Eastbourne of Shinewater Lake. The lake has the character of a country park, including distant views of the South Downs.
Located by Seaford this is a lovely place for a walk.
The trail runs for 160 km from Winchester in Hampshire to Eastbourne in East Sussex, but Debbie Mott captured this view at Amberley.
A stunning picture by reader Nadine Duty of Littlehampton's beachfront
This National Trust property is another favourite among readers. Thank you to photographer Kristie Heath for this picture.
Sussex is blessed with stunning countryside and this picture from Petworth shows just that.