Review of the year: Our favourite readers’ pictures from 2017
PUBLISHED: 08:00 26 December 2017
A busy beach. Picture: Derek Hitchins
Stunning pictures have been taken by Mercury readers throughout this year, and we have put together a selection of our favourites.
Donkeys on a misty morning. Picture: John Stephenson
Weston has once again experienced a raft of changes, with the opening of Dolphin Square, the Brean Down Way cycle path and the revamped Italian Gardens.
Photographers have been out and about documenting these developments, while also capturing some stunning landscapes and wildlife pictures in the process.
Grove Park's pond. Picture: Vultur Sebastian
Mercury readers have also followed the town’s yearly goings-on, from sporting action, to Comic Con and Weston Pride.
The images, which have been shared on iWitness24, capture Weston at its very best.
Autumnal colours and reflections on a lake. Picture: Nick Page Hayman
They show the town’s magnificent parks, its busy beach and the views we often taken for granted.
A stunning shot of the supermoon. Picture: Martin Pearce The opening of Brean Down Way. Picture: Roger Fry The Weston Pride parade. Picture: Peter Elston After the rain by Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly A falconer and his bird on Uphill. Picture: Roger Fry Weston vs North Petherton. Picture: Doug Longhorn A heron takes to the skies. Picture: Mike Bird A firey opening for the Italian Gardens. Picture: Henry Harrison Grove Park's memorial. Picture: Annabell Hawkins A Comic Con visitor. Picture: Sally Griffiths A Comic Con visitor. Picture: Sally Griffiths Weston's women's team in action. Picture: Simon James A mechanical horse at the opening of the Italian Gardens. Picture: Nick Page Hayman Boats in Uphill. Picture: Mark Brinson The opening of Brean Down Way. Picture: Roger Fry A kingfisher enjoys a good lunch. Picture: Karen Mitchell A beautiful sunrise. Picture: Terry Kelly A falconer and his bird on Uphill. Picture: Roger Fry A stunning rainbow. Picture: Elsie Poynton A dog observes a horse ieng trained at Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly A bee. Picture: Steve Britton