VOTE: Which photos would you like to see in the Birnbeck Calendar?

PUBLISHED: 08:00 19 September 2017

Day two of voting is now open for the Birnbeck Calendar Competition.

Day two of voting is now open for the Birnbeck Calendar Competition.

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There are plenty of unique shots of Weston-super-Mare and wider Somerset to vote on for the Birnbeck Calendar Competition in round two.

MORE: Voting is officially opened with the first round.

The Somerset At Its Finest competition, which is backed by the Mercury, encouraged readers to submit their photos of the county at its most beautiful.

The calendar is in aid of the Birnbeck Regeneration Trust, which is campaigning to restore the old Birnbeck pier in Birnbeck Road.

A group of judges met on Friday to narrow down the hundreds of photos to a shortlist and now we are asking our readers to pick their favourite shots.

You can vote for as many photos as you like using our poll and a new round will go up at 9am each morning between today (Tuesday) and Thursday.

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