WHISPER it but we think summer may finally be here.
With the early morning and late night sunshine, there is even more opportunity to capture Tameside’s beauty on camera.
And Correspondent readers have once again not disappointed by taking full advantage, with that funny, yellow object in the sky very much taking precedence.
Yet this month’s star image goes to Mark Buckley for his photograph of a swan seemingly emerging from the shadows.
Lynn White, Stuart Carey and Jayne Bradbury used the conditions to further show nature soaking up some rays.
While Hazel Ripley and Sam Shaw perfectly captured how it can make local landmarks stand out.
And Claire Reid, James Hughes and Ian Clarke caught on camera how the sun can cast its magic against the landscape at different times of day.
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