Stunning pictures of nature and waterskiing feature in iWitness24 spread

Beautiful flowers in front of Steep Holm Island.Picture: Terry Kelly

Beautiful flowers in front of Steep Holm Island.Picture: Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

A beautiful selection of pictures have been submitted to iWitness24 for this week’s Midweek’ spread.

A stunning sunset setting behind Weston's sea. Picture: Steve Britton

A stunning sunset setting behind Weston's sea. Picture: Steve Britton - Credit: Steve Britton

Terry Kelly has taken a colourful photo of flowers in the foreground and Steep Holm Island in the background.

Steve Britton took a striking image of a sunset setting behind Weston's sea on a warm night.

He also took a snapshot of a shiny beetle nestled in some flowers on a warm and bright day.

Kenneth Rudrum-Taylor captured the action at the British Waterski Championships in Weston.

The Water Ski Championships in Weston. Picture: Kenneth Rudrum-Taylor.

The Water Ski Championships in Weston. Picture: Kenneth Rudrum-Taylor. - Credit: kenneth rudrum-taylor


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He also sent in an image of jet skis gliding across Weston's calm sea.

Terry Kelly took a captivating photo at Prince Consort Gardens and Weston's Old Toll Road café.

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He also sent in a picture of sand castles built on Weston beach on a calm evening.

Upload your photos to weston.iwitness24.co.uk for your chance to appear in the paper.

A green beetle in a Weston garden. Picture: Steve Britton

A green beetle in a Weston garden. Picture: Steve Britton - Credit: Steve Britton

Photos taken in Prince Consort gardens and the old Toll Road cafe.

Photos taken in Prince Consort gardens and the old Toll Road cafe. - Credit: Terry Kelly

Sand castles built on Weston beach. Picture: Terry Kelly.

Sand castles built on Weston beach. Picture: Terry Kelly. - Credit: Terry Kelly

Water Skiing Event May 19

Water Skiing Event May 19 - Credit: Steve Britton

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