Gallery: Roadworks and rail repairs vs mother nature
PUBLISHED: 10:00 24 January 2015
SEVERAL budding photographers were on hand to capture works to Weston’s rail and road links this week.
Christine Flook captured an array of colours.
Birnbeck from the Grand Pier. By Jackie Caven.
Swans at Summer Lane ponds in Banwell. Photo by Jackie Caven.
Swans at Summer Lane pond in Banwell. Photo by Jackie Caven.
Jackie Caven captured some stunning wildlife.
Jackie Caven captured the Grand Pier from the sands.
The works to the road outside the Town Hall. Photo by Nick Page Hayman.
People have been snapping busy workers on the train tracks in Worle. Photo by Sally Griffiths.
The new welcome to Weston sign lit up at night. Photo by Terry Kelly.
Terry Kelly reminded us spring is on its way by photographing the blooming daffodils.
Terry Kelly captured the beauty of Weston beach with the tide out.
The improvements to the railway line at Worle and roadworks at the Town Hall are hard to miss, but in case you did Sally Griffiths and Nick Page Hayman were on hand to capture them on camera.
The stars of iwitness this week were Jackie Caven and Terry Kelly. Jackie captured the juxtaposition of the steady structure of the Grand Pier alongside a crumbling Birnbeck in the distance, as well as multiple stunning shots of North Somerset wildlife.
Terry Kelly was out and about day and night, getting a feel for spring with Weston’s floral arrangements and photographing Weston’s newest sign.
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