From our readers - Weston in pictures

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:08 23 September 2017

Iwitness24 weekly round-up of readers' pictures.

Iwitness24 weekly round-up of readers' pictures.

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This week's round-up of readers' photos.

Flying Scotsman steaming through Worle Parkway station on the 13 September 2017 following a week on the West Somerset Railway.  She was on her way to London. Picture: Andrew WilsonFlying Scotsman steaming through Worle Parkway station on the 13 September 2017 following a week on the West Somerset Railway. She was on her way to London. Picture: Andrew Wilson

Our readers have been busy this week capturing some beautiful photographs from around Weston and posting them to our photo-sharing website, iwitness24.

We hope you enjoy this week’s gallery of readers’ pictures and if you would like to send us your own then go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and share your shots to the Weston section. By joining iwitness24 you could start to see your pictures appearing in the Mercury, (in print/online).

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My latest work around Uphill. Picture: Troy HaresMy latest work around Uphill. Picture: Troy Hares

Early bird... Picture: Troy HaresEarly bird... Picture: Troy Hares

Windy day at high tide on Weston seafront - kite and windsurfing! Picture: Mike JerrettWindy day at high tide on Weston seafront - kite and windsurfing! Picture: Mike Jerrett

Windy day at high tide on Weston sea front. Picture: Mike JerrettWindy day at high tide on Weston sea front. Picture: Mike Jerrett

The Deputy Major of Weston spoke to a large crowd before they set off on a 10km walk to increase awareness of mental health organised by Walking out of Darkness. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Deputy Major of Weston spoke to a large crowd before they set off on a 10km walk to increase awareness of mental health organised by Walking out of Darkness. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The Deputy Major of Weston spoke to a large crowd before they set off on a 10km walk to increase awareness of mental health organised by Walking out of Darkness. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Deputy Major of Weston spoke to a large crowd before they set off on a 10km walk to increase awareness of mental health organised by Walking out of Darkness. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Beauty can emerge from the most unlikely of places. Sometimes a sunset just gets you - this one dazzled me! I call it: Beauty can emerge from the most unlikely of places. Sometimes a sunset just gets you - this one dazzled me! I call it: "Fire in the wet Weston mud!" Picture: Derek Hitchins

Early morning just as the sun is rising the mist was lying low across the field so the donkeys made a good focal point. Picture: John StephensonEarly morning just as the sun is rising the mist was lying low across the field so the donkeys made a good focal point. Picture: John Stephenson

Practising with the hovercraft. Picture: Jackie CavenPractising with the hovercraft. Picture: Jackie Caven

Hanging on to the summer! Picture: Natalie ButlerHanging on to the summer! Picture: Natalie Butler

A visit to Birnbeck Pier. Picture: Clive FurbankA visit to Birnbeck Pier. Picture: Clive Furbank

Love weston and hope this captures a little of the beauty of it. Picture: Ruth YorkeLove weston and hope this captures a little of the beauty of it. Picture: Ruth Yorke

The new revamped Italian Gardens - testing of the water feature. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.The new revamped Italian Gardens - testing of the water feature. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Went to Birnbeck Pier to try to get some close up shots. After climbing over sharp rocks and battling uneven ground I got this shot of Birnbeck Pier. Being close to this old monument you can see how the old pier has crusted over by the natural world of the sea. And also how this once grand monument in Weston is slowly falling apart. The only life that seemed to be enjoying the old pier was the local seagulls. Picture: Troy HaresWent to Birnbeck Pier to try to get some close up shots. After climbing over sharp rocks and battling uneven ground I got this shot of Birnbeck Pier. Being close to this old monument you can see how the old pier has crusted over by the natural world of the sea. And also how this once grand monument in Weston is slowly falling apart. The only life that seemed to be enjoying the old pier was the local seagulls. Picture: Troy Hares

Fountains being run/tested in the new squareFountains being run/tested in the new square

Beautiful but windy around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia HarrisonBeautiful but windy around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia Harrison

Beautiful but windy around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia HarrisonBeautiful but windy around Knightstone Island and Marine Lake. Picture: Patricia Harrison

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

Reflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay CurtisReflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay Curtis

Reflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay CurtisReflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay Curtis

Reflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay CurtisReflecting on sea front. Picture: Timmay Curtis

Lovely Weston sunset on Royal Sands. Picture: Terry KellyLovely Weston sunset on Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

A photo shoot of squirrels in Grove Park. Picture: Clive FurbankA photo shoot of squirrels in Grove Park. Picture: Clive Furbank

Autumn feel in Worlebury woods. Picture: Mark AnsteeAutumn feel in Worlebury woods. Picture: Mark Anstee

The only life that seemed to be enjoying the old pier was the local seagulls. Picture: Troy HaresThe only life that seemed to be enjoying the old pier was the local seagulls. Picture: Troy Hares

Fountains being run/tested in the new square. Picture: Steve BrittonFountains being run/tested in the new square. Picture: Steve Britton

We love weston and hope these capture a little of the beauty of it. Picture: Ruth YorkeWe love weston and hope these capture a little of the beauty of it. Picture: Ruth Yorke

The Major of Weston supporting the RAF Association Wings Appeal. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.The Major of Weston supporting the RAF Association Wings Appeal. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

A rare bird, the Great Bustard, has been sighted in Chewton Mendip after making its way from the Salisbury Plains where they've be reintroduced and a female has now set up in Chewton Mendip. Picture: Ben NicholasA rare bird, the Great Bustard, has been sighted in Chewton Mendip after making its way from the Salisbury Plains where they've be reintroduced and a female has now set up in Chewton Mendip. Picture: Ben Nicholas

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