Your Photos - 2021
|Published: 13th May 2021 16:11|
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.
If you would like to send us a photo or photos, please contact us by email. Or, you can post them on our Facebook page and we will pick them up from there. Photos must be a minimum of 500 pixels wide.
When a new photo is added, it will be placed at the top of the article, which will be boosted so that it appears in 'Latest' on the homepage. That way you will know there is at least one new photo in a gallery, possibly more, to delight your eyes.
13.05.21: John Crowther submitted a lovely photograph, that he took: "... on the occasion of the wedding reception of our son Philip and his new wife Nicola on 17th April which was held, in accordance with COVID restrictions, on the balcony of the clubhouse at Neston Club. Perfect weather, perfect view, perfect venue!"
12.05.21: A beautiful portrait taken by Anne Jones, of the view towards Ness gardens, showing the stormy skies we're having at the moment.
07.05.21: Three photos sent in by Jane Leitch, capturing the bluebells and new-leaved oaks, taken from Cuckoo Lane and a connecting path.
02.05.21: A lovely shot sent in by Bryan Smith who describes it as: "... lovely misty morning photo taken at Burton marsh during my cycle ride to work".
29.04.21: When photography is art, taken by Dave Mort.
29.04.21: What is the saying about getting your ducks in a row Lesley Rankin?
26.04.21: Three in Parkgate from the talented Lesley Rankin, illustrating the April blossom and early sunshine.
26.04.21: Early morning at Lees Lane ponds and Stanney Fields blossom, both captured by Jane Leitch.
23.04.21: Patrick Kerrigan has captured some beautiful close-ups.
20.04.21: A lovely shot of Stanney Fields Park, Neston, captured by Dave Mort Photography.
16.04.21: Beautiful blossoms captured by Lesley Rankin, and a spot of yellow in the marshes. Flag at half-mast as Parkgate pays respect to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
06.04.21: Three beautifully atmospheric shots captured by Dave Mort Photography.
05.04.21: Lovely serene photograph taken by Lesley Rankin outside St Thomas', Parkgate, pictured whilst the Easter Sunday service was taking place.
05.04.21: Talented Jane Leitch submitted photographs of some freshly risen early bluebells, taken on her Easter Sunday morning walk in Flint Meadows.
01.04.21: Lesley Rankin has captured a couple of garden life photos and the three musketeers hanging out.
30.03.21: Two to enjoy today courtesy of gbsphotos.
29.03.21: A lovely contribution from Kevin Taylor who describes: "photograph taken at high tide today, showing pink footed geese taking off. The wind was horrendous; they did well to take off".
29.03.21: A few snaps have come in today from Lesley Rankin, showcasing the high tide at Parkgate.
27.03.21: Two shots of beautiful Willaston taken by Dave Mort Photography.
26.03.21: Following are two from Jane Leitch, both taken in Stanney Fields park. The first is the start of the tree blossom and the second tree Jane says is: "... sporting its fluffy catkins. The latter was all abuzz with bees".
26.03.21: Sent in by Lesley Rankin are three lovely photographs of beautiful Parkgate.
22.03.21: Some lovely Parkgate photographs taken by Lesley Rankin, including Mr Bird in his own social bubble.
19.03.21: The daffodils are back, brightening up the 'Welcome to Parkgate' sig. Thank you for photographing gbsphotos.
19.03.21: John Gallagher has captured the sunset across the marshes beautifully in these two photographs.
16.03.21: Out on a Sunday stroll, Jane Leitch has captured this lovely shot of wood violets in Flint Meadows.
15.03.21: Two photos follow that were taken by Kevin Taylor, both at around 4.30pm on Thursday 11th March, from The Parade, Parkgate (opposite the Old Quay pub). As Kevin tells: " A storm had passed up the estuary towards Chester, leaving behind bright sunlight. The two pictures were taken one after the other, looking up and down the estuary. The contrast was striking."
12.03.21: Lesley Rankin enjoyed the lovely Boathouse walk last weekend and snapped some lovely photographs, including one of Wales as clear as the bright blue sky.
09.03.21: Local photographer Dave Mort Photography has captured the clouds in the sky at sunset perfectly in these three pictures taken in Parkgate.
04.03.21: Jeff Scholefield has captured two lovely pictures of the bees enjoying collecting nectar now that the spring bulbs are flowering.
03.03.21: A selection from Lesley Rankin across the marsh, the Spring daffodils and somebody perched on a branch, keeping watch.
03.03.21: Tha art of the marsh, as captured by Simon Joseph Photography.
01.03.21: One morning last week Dave Mort Photography has captured two stunning shots of Parkgate parade in the mist.
01.03.21: Another sign of spring is Graham Parry's first butterfly sighting of the year, this gorgeous Small Tortoiseshell butterfly spotted down on the marsh at Quayside on 26th Feb. This will be a butterfly that has hibernated through winter, but encouraged out now by the sunshine.
01.03.21: Two more pictures of the marshes captured by Lesley Rankin on a peaceful Sunday yesterday.
26.02.21: A little robin followed Lynne Ellis on her walk today and even stopped to pose for a portrait.
26.02.21: Amanda Grimshaw has captured some lovely shots at the beginning of February. The first was taken on the marsh by The Harp and the second down by the Old Quay. The third photograph was taken at the bottom of Marshlands Road.
26.02.21: Four from Jane Leitch evidencing the beautiful purple, yellow and white that signal the changing seasons. Crocus and snowdrops pictured in Stanney Fields park, while the daffodils are seen by a large rock along the Wirral Way, with a shy crocus just peeking behind.
24.02.21: A couple of nice images captured in the town centre, by gbsphotos.
23.02.21: Spring is coming to Parkgate, 3 photos taken by Lesley Rankin.
22.02.21: The first signs of spring, taken in St Thomas' church yard Sunday morning, by Lesley Rankin.
19.02.21: Dave Mort Photography capturing some lovely shots of Parkgate.
19.02.21: Another cracking shot from gbsphotos, the first feelings of spring on Parkgate parade.
18.02.21: Frozen pond at Heswall Golf course captured by gbsphoto.
17.02.21: Two more gorgeous shots from talented Dave Mort Photography.
15.02.21: Ana Armson from The End of the Avenue captured other glorious shots of the icicles along the Wirral Way, this past weekend.
15.02.21: Icicles in the cuttings stretch of the Wirral Way, courtesy of Jane Leitch.
15.02.21: Some lovely shots of the marshes and wildlife, thanks to Lesley Rankin.
Robin Red Breast captured at RSPB Burton by Ben Andrew.
Another lovely landscape shot from Dave Mort.
15.02.21: 16-year-old Patrick Kerrigan has captured some great shots around Puddington and Burton.
In January 2021, Dave Mort captured some lovely shots including this one of The Neston Club.
Anne Jones took this snap at just the right time at Haddon Woods.
Tom and Katie Fielding enjoyed a lovely family day at Ness Gardens.