Weston in black and white: Photo challenge winner

PUBLISHED: 17:55 13 June 2017

Iwitness24 black and white photo entries.

Iwitness24 black and white photo entries.

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Steve Britton wins our iwitness24 photo challenge - Weston in black and white.

Mono conversions. Picture: Steve BrittonMono conversions. Picture: Steve Britton

Last week’s photo challenge theme was ‘Black and White’ and we had a super selection of readers’ pictures uploaded to our image sharing website - iwitness24. Our favourite entry was from Steve Britton, whose artistic shot of a lone walker crossing the Marine Lake causeway captured the mood brilliantly.

Other photos that stood out include a mono of the old pier by Sally Griffiths, a shot of the pier from below by Terry Kelly and the Red Arrows flypast taken by Abigail Knowlden.

Our next photo challenge is ‘architecture’ and we are asking our readers to send us their pictures of buildings in and around Weston. This could be the Weston Mercury’s office, designed by the town’s leading Victorian architect, or perhaps the Town Hall or even St John’s Church.

To enter, go to www.iwitness24.co.uk to upload your images to the Weston photo challenge group. We’ll choose our favourite picture next week.

Mono conversions. Picture: Steve BrittonMono conversions. Picture: Steve Britton

The red arrows passing over the pier in 2016. Picture: Abigail KnowldenThe red arrows passing over the pier in 2016. Picture: Abigail Knowlden

A beautiful area for a lovely walk. Picture: Abigail KnowldenA beautiful area for a lovely walk. Picture: Abigail Knowlden

Light and shadows at Royal Sands near Uphill. Picture: Laura CutmoreLight and shadows at Royal Sands near Uphill. Picture: Laura Cutmore

Steep Holm in the black. Picture: Sally GriffithsSteep Holm in the black. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Old pier different angle. Picture: Sally GriffithsOld pier different angle. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Clarence Park, great food in this cafe. Picture: Sally GriffithsClarence Park, great food in this cafe. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Friendly little fellas. Picture: Sally GriffithsFriendly little fellas. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Friendly little fellas. Picture: Sally GriffithsFriendly little fellas. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Friendly little fellas. Picture: Sally GriffithsFriendly little fellas. Picture: Sally Griffiths

The old fallen down cafe at Toll Road. Picture: Sally GriffithsThe old fallen down cafe at Toll Road. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Everyone comes out on a good day. Picture: Sally GriffithsEveryone comes out on a good day. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Decided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry KellyDecided to go Mono this morning. Picture: Terry Kelly

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton

Weston in mono. Picture: Steve BrittonWeston in mono. Picture: Steve Britton


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