Readers Photographs

PUBLISHED: 14:24 17 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:53 20 February 2013

Readers Photographs

Readers Photographs

This month's glorious selection of pictures taken by Herefordshire and Wye Valley Life readers

A crock of gold by Tom Forsyth
Tom describes his photographic style as attractive countryside scenes taken on an opportunistic basis.
This image of a rainbow over Hergest Croft, Kington, captured back in March 2007, certainly falls into that category. He used a Canon G5.

Eardisland cottage by Jane Eddison
A visit to picturesque Eardisland last August gave amateur photographer and teaching assistant Jane Eddison, from Bath, the opportunity to capture this great image. She used a Panasonic Lumix G Vario DSLR. In her spare time she, and a friend, produce a calendar and seasonal greeting cards, to sell in aid of their local church.

The view across the top of Ewyas Harold by Chris Bray
Keen photographer Chris took this image from above Dark Lane in Ewyas Harold, where he lives, last April with a Sony Cybershot. The Golden Valley offers good photo opportunities all the time throughout the year, he says. I keep the camera in my pocket most of the time.

Eardisland by Malcolm Stone
Malcolm took this photo last April, when he was visiting the beautiful village of Eardisland, near Leominster, with a Nikon D5000 with a Sigma 10mm to 20mm wide angle lens. He lives in South Gloucestershire and is mainly interested in landscape and travel photography.

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