PICTURES: Impressive Weston landscapes taken for Midweek

Beautiful daisies spotted in Walliscote Road.Picture: Derek Hitchins

Beautiful daisies spotted in Walliscote Road.Picture: Derek Hitchins - Credit: Derek Hitchins

Striking autumnal views have been captured by Weston Midweek readers this week.

A warm summers night in Weston.Picture: Alan Harrison

A warm summers night in Weston.Picture: Alan Harrison - Credit: Alan Harrison

Derek Hitchins took a colourful image of daisies he spotted in a garden in Weston's Walliscote Road.

He also sent in a bright snapshot of buildings around Knightstone Island.

Finally, he captured an image of calm waters surrounding Weston's Grand Pier.

Alan Harrison has taken a photo of the sun setting behind Bristol Channel.

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Nick Page Hayman captured a playful landscape of two snails side-by-side on a stretch of pavement.

Timmay Curtis took a striking snapshot of waves crashing against a walkway near Knighstone.

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Finally, Robert Owen has sent in a photo of surfers catching waves at Weston Bay.

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Westons fierce tide during a weather warning.Picture: Timmay Curtis

Westons fierce tide during a weather warning.Picture: Timmay Curtis - Credit: Timmay Curtis

Calm blue skies highlight Westons appeal.Picture: Derek Hitchins

Calm blue skies highlight Westons appeal.Picture: Derek Hitchins - Credit: Derek Hitchins

Surfers take advantage of the morning tide in Weston Bay.Picture: Robert Owen

Surfers take advantage of the morning tide in Weston Bay.Picture: Robert Owen - Credit: Robert Owen

A lone walker trundles along Weston beach.Picture: Derek Hitchins

A lone walker trundles along Weston beach.Picture: Derek Hitchins - Credit: Derek Hitchins

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