Readers' pictures: A month in North Somerset

PUBLISHED: 12:00 03 February 2018

A month in pictures from across North Somerset.

A month in pictures from across North Somerset.

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Catch our monthly round-up of readers' photos sent in through iwitness24.

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My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

My pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura NichollsMy pictures were taken at opportune moments during my runs along the north end of the promenade at Weston seafront. By “opportune moments” I mean when the landscape sparkles, catches my eye and leads me to think “Wow, Weston can really look beautiful sometimes!”. I’ve lived here all my life, so the fact that the landscape can still leave me gawping is quite impressive. Landmarks featured in my photos include The Grand Pier, Knighstone Island, Marine Lake, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Brean Down. Picture: Laura Nicholls

Marine Lake. Picture: Beata Maciejczyk Marine Lake. Picture: Beata Maciejczyk

The old pier. Picture: Beata MaciejczykThe old pier. Picture: Beata Maciejczyk

The view from the Prince Consort Gardens. Picture: Beata MaciejczykThe view from the Prince Consort Gardens. Picture: Beata Maciejczyk

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Weston Super Mare seaside. Picture: Beata MaciejczykWeston Super Mare seaside. Picture: Beata Maciejczyk

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

Pier Statistics
Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m)
Opened: 1867
Status: Grade II*
Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher Pier Statistics Length: Initially 1200ft Now 1040ft (317m) Opened: 1867 Status: Grade II* Owner: CNM Estates. Picture: John Christopher

The causeway that links Knightstone Island with Anchor Head. Picture: John ChristopherThe causeway that links Knightstone Island with Anchor Head. Picture: John Christopher

Captured the wintry morning Sun through the trees in St Martin's churchyard. Picture: Jennie Margetson Captured the wintry morning Sun through the trees in St Martin's churchyard. Picture: Jennie Margetson

Wintry storm Eleanor sunrise. Picture: Rob BlamireWintry storm Eleanor sunrise. Picture: Rob Blamire

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Our kids having a ball on holiday in Oreo,Spain. Picture: Patrick CrawfordOur kids having a ball on holiday in Oreo,Spain. Picture: Patrick Crawford

This was taken around 8am this morning in Clevedon. Many other photographers about and also the BBC, just wish I had taken my Nikon camera. Still some shots are better than none at all. Picture: Michelle NavarraThis was taken around 8am this morning in Clevedon. Many other photographers about and also the BBC, just wish I had taken my Nikon camera. Still some shots are better than none at all. Picture: Michelle Navarra

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Wintry storm Eleanor sunrise. Picture: Rob BlamireWintry storm Eleanor sunrise. Picture: Rob Blamire

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark Congratulations to all that braved Clevedon Marine Lake for the New Year Swim this morning. Picture: Gary Clark

Frosty day walking on The Pill. Picture: Emma PiggottFrosty day walking on The Pill. Picture: Emma Piggott

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