Readers’ photos: A week Weston in pictures

PUBLISHED: 12:02 27 January 2018

A week in pictures from Weston.

A week in pictures from Weston.

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Here’s our weekly round-up of photos from our Mercury readers.

Clevedon Pier in Black & White. Picture: Charlie RossClevedon Pier in Black & White. Picture: Charlie Ross

‘Landmarks’ was the theme of our last photo challenge and we asked for your shots from well known places around Weston. We saw a number of entries from our readers and among our favourites is an atmospheric black and white shot of Clevedon pier by Charlie Ross. Charlie is a member of our photo-sharing website, iwitness24 and you can see more of his work on his profile page.

We’ve included all of the challenge entries in this weekly round-up gallery of readers’ pictures for you to enjoy and if you would like to get involved then why not join our community of local photographers at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Photo Challenge: This week’s photo challenge is ‘Shadows’ and we are looking for your pictures from anywhere in and around Weston. To enter simply send us your pictures by uploading them to the Weston iwitness24 ‘Photo Challenge’ category and we’ll include them in next week’s gallery.

Clarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry KellyClarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry Kelly

Lynton House hotel fire. Picture: Timmay CurtisLynton House hotel fire. Picture: Timmay Curtis

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Lynton House hotel fire. Picture: Timmay CurtisLynton House hotel fire. Picture: Timmay Curtis

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Fire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen HigginsFire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen Higgins

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Fire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen HigginsFire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen Higgins

Fire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen HigginsFire broke out in already fire damaged building, several fire engines attended. Picture: Aideen Higgins

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Just a quick snap while I was passing by. Picture: Ashley ShorttJust a quick snap while I was passing by. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Fire Spinning by Weston's Grand Pier. There isn't really a story to tell about this photo. Photography is a passion. We just went out and I took a picture. Picture: Ashley ShorttFire Spinning by Weston's Grand Pier. There isn't really a story to tell about this photo. Photography is a passion. We just went out and I took a picture. Picture: Ashley Shortt

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

Clarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry KellyClarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry Kelly

Clarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry KellyClarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry Kelly

Clarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry KellyClarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry Kelly

Clarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry KellyClarence Park in the rain. Chance for some reflective photos. Picture: Terry Kelly

Knightstone reflections in Marine Lake on a still evening. Picture: Charlie RossKnightstone reflections in Marine Lake on a still evening. Picture: Charlie Ross

We often see the damaging effects of high tides in Weston, so it makes a nice change to see things this calm. Picture: Paul LeinichenWe often see the damaging effects of high tides in Weston, so it makes a nice change to see things this calm. Picture: Paul Leinichen

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

Sun setting behind Grand Pier. Picture: Charlie RossSun setting behind Grand Pier. Picture: Charlie Ross

Tempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry KellyTempted a few tame squirrels to pose in Clarence Park with some nuts. Picture: Terry Kelly

I came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley ShorttI came across some new friends on my walk. Picture: Ashley Shortt

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