AS everyone knows, the weather cannot make its mind up – attempting to snow in May anyone?
But one thing that will never be in doubt is Tameside’s ability to provide breathtaking photographs.
And once again, you have been out capturing the beauty on camera.
The Correspondent’s Tameside Captured section is proving very popular – with so much scenery, it comes as no surprise.
This month, star image – and the £20 prize – goes to Anthony Haworth, who caught the brilliant tones cast as the Manchester city centre skyline gives way to the green areas in glorious sunset.
Another photo captured the greenery around the area as Claire Elliott snapped people enjoying the views above Stalybridge’s Walkerwood Reservoir.
Ian Clarke’s picture of the sun going down at Gorse Hall in the town showed off the stark difference between light and dark that time of day can create.
Even the wildlife can enjoy taking in the scenery, as Ben McDonal caught on his camera while Phil Combs also photographed the vivid red tones created.
When the sun is up, it can also mean great images, as Rachael Wallwork’s shot of St Lawrence Church, Denton, and Mark Healey’s shot of Mossley showed.
And nature also plays its part, caught brilliantly in Jayne Bradbury’s picture of a gosling and Adrian Loader’s perfectly-timed shot of a dog staring down with Hartshead Pike towering over it.
• If you want to contribute to Tameside Captured, you can either email photos as a JPEG attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can post them in our Tameside Captured Facebook group. Search for ‘Tameside Captured’ or head online to www.facebook.com/groups/1689679511210273