Hot July weather prompts scorching summer photos

A beautiful view of Brean Down.Picture: Nick Page Hayman

A beautiful view of Brean Down.Picture: Nick Page Hayman - Credit: Nick Page. Hayman.

In the week Weston experienced the hottest July weather on record, people submitted their photos of the town bathed in summer sun.

Weston boasts breathtaking sea views.Picture: Roger Fry

Weston boasts breathtaking sea views.Picture: Roger Fry - Credit: Roger Fry

Nick Page Hayman took a beautiful image of a caterpillar resting on yellow flowers at Brean Down.

Roger Fry has captured an arresting picture of Weston's beach, where a lone dog runs across the sand.

He also took a photo of a stag spotted in tall grass during a hot summer's day.

Finally, he took a calming image of sea views on Weston beach at low tide.

An ant-like insect plans its next move.Picture: Anthony Bishop

An ant-like insect plans its next move.Picture: Anthony Bishop - Credit: Anthony Bishop


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Self-confessed amateur photographer Anthony Bishop has taken a snapshot of a striking red ant-like insect which clings to a blade of grass.

Rachel Lee's impressive image of Weston beach features a seagull flying above the sea.

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She also took a picture simply titled 'another beautiful evening in Weston'.

Upload your photos online at weston.iwitness24.co.uk

A breathtaking midweek sunset sets behind Weston sea.Picture: Rachel Lee

A breathtaking midweek sunset sets behind Weston sea.Picture: Rachel Lee - Credit: Rachel Lee

A stag finds a spot in shade in the blazing summer heat.Picture: Roger Fry

A stag finds a spot in shade in the blazing summer heat.Picture: Roger Fry - Credit: Roger Fry

A sea of blues paint Roger Frys photo of Weston beach. Picture: Roger Fry

A sea of blues paint Roger Frys photo of Weston beach. Picture: Roger Fry - Credit: Roger Fry

Another beautiful evening in Weston.Picture: Rachel Lee

Another beautiful evening in Weston.Picture: Rachel Lee - Credit: Rachel Lee

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