Uphill in focus on iwitness gallery
PUBLISHED: 10:00 04 July 2015
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THE sun has provided a treat for Weston’s photographers, resulting in some stunning shots of the town’s shoreline and well-timed photographs of North Somerset’s wildlife.
Natasha King took this stunning shot of the lighthouse in Burnham.
Terry Kelly photographed the flowers along the Beach Lawns in Weston.
Cows grazing on Uphill hill. Photo by Terry Kelly.
Kazzy Collins photographed these daisies.
A honey bee was attracted to some lupins in Terry White's garden.
The Grand Pier in Weston. Photo by Andrew Davies.
Emma Bateman snapped these swans swimming in formation near Loxton.
Alan Hadley took a walk through Uphill meadow and spotted these horses.
Boats in Uphill at low tide. Photo by Bryan Moore.
The beach at sunset. Photo by Nigel Hollingworth.
Terry Kelly has been busy and has been the star iwitness contributor in recent weeks, submitting a variety of shots around Uphill, images of some stunning Weston sunsets and more.
Bryan Moore also took a stroll around Uphill, photographing some of the boats during low tide and Alan Hadley submitted shots of Uphill’s meadows.
Natasha King took some time away from Weston and visited Burnham’s beach taking colourful images of its lighthouse.
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