Iwitness24: My Weston photo challenge entries

PUBLISHED: 09:14 09 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:14 09 June 2017

iwitness24 My Weston photo challenge.

iwitness24 My Weston photo challenge.

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A misty morning in Ashcombe Park taken by Tony Baker is our favourite photo of the week.

A misty morning in Ashcombe Park. Picture: Tony BakerA misty morning in Ashcombe Park. Picture: Tony Baker

We’ve had a great response to our latest photo challenge - My Weston - with 30 entries uploaded to iwitness24.

We were looking for pictures of your favourite spot in and around Weston-super-Mare - this could be anything from the Grand Pier to your garden shed.

Tony Baker’s beautifully atmospheric misty morning in Ashcombe Park photo, wins our iwitness24 competition.

Our new photo challenge theme is ‘black and white’.

Someones having a great time. Picture: Tony BakerSomeones having a great time. Picture: Tony Baker

Send us your black and white photos taken from in and around Weston and we’ll put a gallery of images together next week.

Upload your images to the iwitness24 photo challenge group here.

Iwitness24 is a photo-sharing website giving our readers the chance to see their pictures appear in our local newspapers in print and online. Join iwitness24 today and start sharing your local images with our readers.

One of Weston's famous views. Picture: Tony BakerOne of Weston's famous views. Picture: Tony Baker

Lovely donkeys on the beach. Picture: Sally GriffithsLovely donkeys on the beach. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Lovely donkeys on the beach. Picture: Sally GriffithLovely donkeys on the beach. Picture: Sally Griffith

I love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry KellyI love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry Kelly

I love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry KellyI love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry Kelly

I love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry KellyI love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry Kelly

I love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry KellyI love capturing the sunsets and the people. Picture: Terry Kelly

My boy Barclay loves to walk around Uphill early each morning, especially when the tide is high and he can have a cheeky swim too! Picture: Zara GardnerMy boy Barclay loves to walk around Uphill early each morning, especially when the tide is high and he can have a cheeky swim too! Picture: Zara Gardner

We're guaranteed such beautiful sunsets in Weston (when we're granted nice weather that is!). Marine Lake and Knightstone Island are the perfect places for an evening stroll to enjoy these. Usually clean, quiet and with beautiful views, what more could you ask for? Picture: Laura CutmoreWe're guaranteed such beautiful sunsets in Weston (when we're granted nice weather that is!). Marine Lake and Knightstone Island are the perfect places for an evening stroll to enjoy these. Usually clean, quiet and with beautiful views, what more could you ask for? Picture: Laura Cutmore

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

A different view of Weston. Picture: Mark BrinsonA different view of Weston. Picture: Mark Brinson

As an avid photographer, The Knightstone Causeway often features in my shots. Picture: Roger FryAs an avid photographer, The Knightstone Causeway often features in my shots. Picture: Roger Fry

Nearly every morning I walk my dog around the Weston Trading Estate, Lynx Crescent. I am often greeted with the view of the dawn sunrise over the fields towards Hutton village itself. How long for is another thing. Planning applications for houses have hung like a cloud for several years. Picture: Roger FryNearly every morning I walk my dog around the Weston Trading Estate, Lynx Crescent. I am often greeted with the view of the dawn sunrise over the fields towards Hutton village itself. How long for is another thing. Planning applications for houses have hung like a cloud for several years. Picture: Roger Fry

The view from Sand Point, always impressive whatever the weather. Picture: Roger FryThe view from Sand Point, always impressive whatever the weather. Picture: Roger Fry

3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman3 new developments not far off completion. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Drone photography. Picture: Vultur SebastianDrone photography. Picture: Vultur Sebastian


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