Talented Midweek readers take beautiful Weston pictures

Shepherds delight at Kightstone walkway.Picture: Charlie Ross

Shepherds delight at Kightstone walkway.Picture: Charlie Ross - Credit: Charlie Ross

Stunning pictures of wildlife in Weston’s beautiful countryside pop up in this week’s iWitness 24/7 round-up.

A painted lady butterfly rests on compact buddleia in Julies garden.Picture: Julie Hitchens.

A painted lady butterfly rests on compact buddleia in Julies garden.Picture: Julie Hitchens. - Credit: Julie Hitchens

Photographers have been making the most of the sunny weather by snapping stunning beachscapes.

Charlie Ross has been capturing photos of insects resting and feeding on plants around Weston.

He snapped pictures of a wasp on a purple thistle flower and a bee on a rose-coloured bottlebrush plant.

Julie Hitchens took a photo of a beautiful painted lady butterfly resting on a buddleia plant in her garden in Worle.

A wasp navigates the terrain of a thistle flower.Picture: Charlie Ross

A wasp navigates the terrain of a thistle flower.Picture: Charlie Ross - Credit: Charlie Ross

Terry Kelly has photographed some stunning sunsets over Weston beach this summer.

One picture shows a tranquil evening on the sands at sunset.

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He also took an image of Weston's high tide lit up by a pink summer sky at Royal Sands.

For a chance to see your pictures appear in the Midweek, upload your photos online at weston.iwitness24.co.uk

A summers sunset at Royal Sands beach.Picture: Terry Kelly

A summers sunset at Royal Sands beach.Picture: Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

A tranquil view at Royal Sands beach.Picture: Terry Kelly

A tranquil view at Royal Sands beach.Picture: Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

A bee sucks nectar from a bottlebrush plant.Picture: Charlie Ross

A bee sucks nectar from a bottlebrush plant.Picture: Charlie Ross - Credit: Charlie Ross

The 177th North Somerset Ploughing Match in Wick St Wick St Lawrence.Picture: Helen Legg

The 177th North Somerset Ploughing Match in Wick St Wick St Lawrence.Picture: Helen Legg - Credit: Helen Legg

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