Readers' photos capture the diversity of the sea

PUBLISHED: 21:01 28 September 2017

A beautiful but windy day around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia Harrison

A beautiful but windy day around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia Harrison

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The diversity of Weston's seafront is celebrated in this week's spread of readers' pictures.

A Weston sunset on Royal Sands. Picture: Terry KellyA Weston sunset on Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

Timmay Curtis contributed some tranquil shots of the calm waters on Marine Lake to iwitness this week, just days after Patricia Harrison submitted a range of wild and windy shots around Knightstone Island.

Clive Furbank took this shot while walking along the promenade.Clive Furbank took this shot while walking along the promenade.

Weston is home to the second biggest tidal range in the world, which is shown off beautifully in Terry Kelly’s picture.

In his shot you can just make out the sea in the distance while Weston’s mudflats take centre stage, with the colourful sunset making it a superb photograph.

Sunset at Marine Lake. Picture: John Stephenson.Sunset at Marine Lake. Picture: John Stephenson.

Clive Furbank also captured Weston on a calm day, with the still water surrounding Birnbeck Pier making for a captivating shot.

High tides around Knighstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia HarrisonHigh tides around Knighstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia Harrison

Fancy yourself an amateur photographer? Submit your shots to www.iwitness24.co.uk for the chance to be featured.

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