Your Photos - 2020
|Published: 11th February 2020 17:41|
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.
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11.2.20. From Jane Leitch, high tide in Little Neston:
11.2.20. From Roy Wilson, who says: "This heron had its back to the icy blast and looks throughly fed up." Yes, I think we'd all appreciate a return to better weather now!
10.2.20. From Hilary Berg - residents along The Parade at Parkgate rushed out to rescue voles, shrews and harvest mice being washed up due to the flooding caused by Storm Ciara on Sunday. They took them into their homes to warm them up.
10.2.20. Four from Helen Porter and the aptly named River, the dog. River seems fascinated by the sheer volume of water on and around the marsh in Little Neston!
10.2.20. Storm Ciara swept through on Sunday, bringing down a tree on Hinderton Road and creating one of the more spectacular tides we've had of late. Thanks to Liam Wilding for the Hinderton Road shot and Pat Wood for the two taken in Parkgate.
3.2.20. More gorgeous skies over Neston in the early morning - these two from Brenda Roe:
31.1.20. Finishing January with a flourish, another amazing sunrise, photographed this time by James Chalmers in Ness:
20.01.20: Another stunner from Sunday evening, this time from Mike Maxwell, taken at RSPB Burton Mere...
20.01.20: We've recently been blessed with many stunning sunrises and sunsets. Here are two photos taken by Jane Leitch of the amazing sunset on Sunday 19 January, over the Parish Church and Lees Lane: