Wildlife and autumn landscapes feature in iWitness gallery

PUBLISHED: 10:53 27 October 2019

Stormy skies at Battery Point, in Portishead.Picture: Alan Harrison

Stormy skies at Battery Point, in Portishead.Picture: Alan Harrison

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Beautiful pictures of nature took over this week’s iWitness round-up.

Is it too wet for a coffee?Picture: Timmay CurtisIs it too wet for a coffee?Picture: Timmay Curtis

Alan Harrison sent in a perfectly-timed photo of a seagull flying across Portishead Battery Point.

Sea waves came crashing down on benches near Weston Grand Pier in Timmay Curtis's submitted picture.

Sarah Doe took a great snapshot of autumn setting in on the Mendips, with stunning views of the sea in the background.

A family of swans glide across a lake at St George's in another of her submitted images.

Autumn has set-in on the Mendips.Picture: Sarah DoeAutumn has set-in on the Mendips.Picture: Sarah Doe

Finally, she sent in an image of a church on a clear day at Woodspring Priory in Kewstoke.

The sun's rays light-up Worlebury Observatory in James Morrissey's photo.

Warm summer colours stand-out in Mandy Rigley picture of a beautiful water garden in the area.

Swans take to the water at St Georges.Picture: Sarah DoeSwans take to the water at St Georges.Picture: Sarah Doe

Worlebury Observatory on a bright and sunny day.Picture: Sarah DoeWorlebury Observatory on a bright and sunny day.Picture: Sarah Doe

Beautiful water gardens in the summer.Picture: Many RigleyBeautiful water gardens in the summer.Picture: Many Rigley

A striking church at Woodspring PrioryPicture: Sarah DoeA striking church at Woodspring PrioryPicture: Sarah Doe


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