Readers’ photos: Town’s scenery on iwitness24

PUBLISHED: 13:30 03 March 2016 | UPDATED: 14:29 04 March 2016

Evening sunset over Birnbeck Pier and Knightstone Causeway. Photo by Mark Anstee.

Evening sunset over Birnbeck Pier and Knightstone Causeway. Photo by Mark Anstee.

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Weston-super-Mare’s photographers were out in force once again this week and submitted some wonderful photos to iwitness24 of some of the town’s best-known landmarks.

Not everyone's favourite addition to the front, but can be attractive. Photo by Terry Kelly.Not everyone's favourite addition to the front, but can be attractive. Photo by Terry Kelly.

Jackie Caven submitted photos of various landscapes, with her photos of boats on the seafront and views of Knightstone Island all featuring in this week’s spread.

Shots of Knightstone Causeway and Island were popular submissions among the majority of photographers this week, as Nick Page Hayman and Terry Kelly also took photos of the area in the sun.

Some more of Jackie Caven’s work included pictures of Birnbeck Pier.

Hayley Aldus also took a trip out to Brean Down and encountered some black ponies on her travels, while Terry Kelly enjoyed a visit to Uphill and submitted several photos of flowers in the bluebell fields.

To submit your pictures and have the chance to see them featured in the paper, sign up to iwitness by clicking here.

For last week’s iwitness24 contributions, click this link.


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