Your Photos - 2018
|Published: 14th December 2018 13:21|
We love to receive your photos of the local area, to share with our readers.
You decide what to photograph - whether it's a special occasion, a local landmark, or just something or somewhere that has caught your eye.
You can see previous galleries here.
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A fabulous sunrise in December. Photo by Rose Campion:
Here are some lovely Autumn shots by Brenda Roe:
A beautiful Autumnal shot by Sharon Meadows, of Stanney Fields Park in November 2018:
Two stunning shots from Mike Maxwell - Neston at night, taken in October 2018 :
Roy Wilson was at the old baths, Parkgate and saw this male kestrel enjoying some late evening sunshine:
Two photos now from Jane Leitch, who says: "Looking across the estuary from Burton Marsh Greenway. Clouds were being post-Turneresque."
The next eight photos are from Gwendal Guichoux, all taken in the Neston area. Stunning.
From Roy Wilson, who says: "This gorgeous baby robin was checking out the garden for bugs to eat. So cute."
Wow, what a shot! Roy Wilson says: "While we have sunny mornings, I like to get out by 6am. In doing so, I am rewarded with sights like this. A female great spotted woodpecker feeding one her chicks. I love nature."
Further to Roy Wilson's initial report on the Parkgate Owls below, he adds: "After days of waiting, one of the three tawny owl chicks popped out for a 20 second look around before going back inside the nest. Hopefully the other two will start to come out soon."
Roy Wilson has been owl-spotting again in Parkgate. He says: "It's nice to see that the tawny owls are out in the open again.
"This female is watching over her chicks that hopefully will be out of the nest and ‘branching' within the next few days.
"Two years ago this female produced 4 chicks, so I hope she has done the same again."
I will let you know (with photos) when I see the chicks.
From Roy Wilson, a shot of a dunnock which was singing its little heart out on the Wirral Way:
A lovely shot here of a bar-tailed Godwit at Burton Mere Wetlands, by Gaynor Troake:
From Brian Ritchie the other week, a car feeling the effects of the high tide:
From Barbara Ritchie, sunset over Little Neston:
This is a lovely Parkgate sunset, from Janet Jones: