A whole world of colours

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Colour is key in this great selection of Friday Photos from Helen Jackson.

A BOUNTY of beautiful locations, wildlife shots and some well-known local landmarks make up this colourful selection of images from Helen Jackson.

 Helen, 29, who works as a finance officer, has been interested in photography for about five years, and got her first DSLR camera last year. Her favourite types of photography are landscape and wildlife, and as you can see here, she’s developed a great eye for both.

 Helen has also created a website to showcase her images – helenjacksonimages.zenfolio.com – as well as a Facebook page, www.facebook.com/hjimages.

 Many thanks to Helen for taking part in Friday Photos – get involved like she did, and in the coming weeks it could be your images on these pages. All you have to do is see the information at the bottom of the page and send us a selection of your best photos.

 We’re looking for all kinds of photographs and photographers, from keen beginners to seasoned pros – as long as you’ve got a passion for snapping, we want to see your images.  

 Don’t delay, and get involved today!

* Would you like to have your work featured in Friday Photos? If so, we’d love to hear from you. We want photos on any theme, whether it’s landscapes or people, events or wildlife. All you have to do is send some examples of your work – about 12 or 13 – and some details about yourself – such as your age, name, occupation, interests and hobbies – plus a photograph of yourself. Email friday.photos@northeast-press.co.uk or send photos on a disc to Sunderland Echo, Friday Photos, Features Department, Echo House, Pennywell, Sunderland, SR4 9ER. Sorry, but discs can’t be returned.

IMPORTANT: We’ll only be able to print photos that are of a high resolution. Please keep this in mind before sending any work.

* Taken a great shot but don’t have enough images for Friday Photos? Send it to echo.view@northeast-press.co.uk and it could appear on the letters page or Page 2, where we print readers’ photos every day.