Weston photographer wins iwitness24 photo challenge

PUBLISHED: 18:00 21 June 2017

Gallery of images from iwitness24 architecture photo challenge.

Gallery of images from iwitness24 architecture photo challenge.

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Weston-super-Mare based photographer Terry Kelly, wins our iwitness24 photo challenge ‘Architecture’.

Terry wins our architecture photo challenge with his image 'established skyline'. Picture: Terry KellyTerry wins our architecture photo challenge with his image 'established skyline'. Picture: Terry Kelly

Our last photo challenge theme was ‘architecture’ and we had some beautiful entries sent in via iwitness24, our picture sharing website. Our favourite picture was submitted by Terry Kelly of Weston seafront overlooking Marine Lake, showcasing the magnificent architecture of the ‘established skyline’, as Terry puts it.

Other reader photos we really like include Peter Young’s image of the grade II listed Odeon cinema building, carefully framed with beautiful cherry blossom. We also love the warm colours of Roger Fry’s industrial buildings image, entitled ‘Workplace Spotlight’.

Our current photo challenge theme is ‘weather’ and we are asking our readers to send us their images of weather in Weston-super-Mare and surrounding areas. To enter, go to www.weston.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your pictures to the ‘photo challenge’ group.

Share with us your favourite shots of weather in Weston and we’ll include them in a gallery of entries on our website next week. You might even see your photo printed in the Weston Mercury too.

Typical morning view. Picture: Mark OgradyTypical morning view. Picture: Mark Ogrady

Typical morning view. Picture: Mark OgradyTypical morning view. Picture: Mark Ogrady

Typical morning view. Picture: Mark OgradyTypical morning view. Picture: Mark Ogrady

Established skyline. Picture: Terry KellyEstablished skyline. Picture: Terry Kelly

Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Buildings of Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

Architecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve BrittonArchitecture around Weston-super-Mare. Picture: Steve Britton

The Odeon Weston-super-Mare is a Grade11 listed building in the true style of Odeon cinemas across the country. It also houses the world renowned theatre pipe organ. the Compton 3/c still in full working condition, also Grade 11 listed. Whilst the outside of the building has been  preserved, the inside has received a make-over to make it more comfortable with high tech up-grades to the projection and sound systems ensuring a truly enjoyable experience for the audience. Picture: Peter YoungThe Odeon Weston-super-Mare is a Grade11 listed building in the true style of Odeon cinemas across the country. It also houses the world renowned theatre pipe organ. the Compton 3/c still in full working condition, also Grade 11 listed. Whilst the outside of the building has been preserved, the inside has received a make-over to make it more comfortable with high tech up-grades to the projection and sound systems ensuring a truly enjoyable experience for the audience. Picture: Peter Young

One of the iconic buildings of Weston-s-Mare. Directions in Weston always start with 'turn left by the odeon'. Picture: Roger FryOne of the iconic buildings of Weston-s-Mare. Directions in Weston always start with 'turn left by the odeon'. Picture: Roger Fry

A view of Industrial Estate buildings in Weston-s-Mare. Picture: Roger FryA view of Industrial Estate buildings in Weston-s-Mare. Picture: Roger Fry

Victorian style shelter familiar on the sea front. Picture: Roger FryVictorian style shelter familiar on the sea front. Picture: Roger Fry

Industrial buildings seen in a new light by the reflected evening sun. Picture: Roger FryIndustrial buildings seen in a new light by the reflected evening sun. Picture: Roger Fry

All Saints architecture. Picture: Steve BrittonAll Saints architecture. Picture: Steve Britton

All Saints architecture. Picture: Steve BrittonAll Saints architecture. Picture: Steve Britton

All Saints architecture. Picture: Steve BrittonAll Saints architecture. Picture: Steve Britton

Blakehay Theatre. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Blakehay Theatre. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

1896 - Badger Centre. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.1896 - Badger Centre. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.


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