Tameside Captured: looking through your lens

DESPITE one final blast of heat, it is fair to say that summer has given way to Autumn.

But while the temperatures may be cooling, the colour schemes on show are definitely growing.

That means the area’s beauty can be shown in many different tomes of red, yellow and orange, as well as green and blue (when the weather is OK!)

And Correspondent readers did not pass up the opportunity with a series of brilliant pictures.

Kevin Rutter – STAR IMAGE

We could not resist a bit of humour, though, as this month’s Star Image, and the £20 prize, goes to Kevin Rutter for the brilliant image of a horse next to a sign pointing out a health issue it has but cannot get over!

As we are finding out, early mornings can mean mist, as Gary Whittaker caught with his shot in Ashton town centre.

And Tony Husband captured the tones cast by a sunset behind a tree and a derelict summer house close to Hyde Cricket Club on Werneth Low.

By Tony Husband

The change in colours and contrasts was snapped brilliantly by Adrian Loader, Wayne Garside and Claire Elliot while Brian Kennerley could not resists snapping a dog in the long grass.

Sometimes the best place to catch the changing conditions is on high, as Deb Sellars and Jonathan Hardwick did with their pictures showing Mossley and Hartshead Pike.

• If you want to contribute to Tameside Captured, you can either email photos as a JPEG attachment to gary@localcommunications.co.uk

Or you can post them in our Tameside Captured Facebook group. Search for ‘Tameside Captured’ or head online to www.facebook.com/groups/1689679511210273

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