Fifteen amazing photos have been taken in St. Helens so far this year !

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Birds of prey, stormy skies and sunrises were framed by members of the St Helens Star Camera Club.

Paul Wilson and Dan Eustace spotted feathered friends flying high, Maria Estrella Parker saw the weather change and Susie Remademes got up early to watch the sun light up the sky.

The Camera Club is a supportive and friendly group of amateur and professional photographers, and in addition to submitting recently taken photos, members also participate in regular challenges.

You can join the 754 others in ouracebook Camera Club at facebook.com/groups/sthelensstarcameraclub

Harrier A Chicken inlight by Paul Wilson

Dazed Squirrel by Peter Boylan

Dazed Squirrel by Peter Boylan

Billinge's Double Trouble by David Gibson

Billinge’s Double Trouble by David Gibson

Dragonfly on a Glass of Beer by Peter Boylan

Dragonfly on a Glass of Beer by Peter Boylan

The Mermaid at Lunt Meadows by Dan Eustace

The Mermaid at Lunt Meadows by Dan Eustace

A Storm is Brewing by Maria Estrella Parker

A Storm is Brewing by Maria Estrella Parker

Kingfisher in Penningtonlash by Simon Skidmore

Kingfisher in Penningtonlash by Simon Skidmore

Lookingoxy by Chris Shaw

Lookingoxy by Chris Shaw

St. Helen's Cemetery by Susan Teresa Rugley

St. Helen’s Cemetery by Susan Teresa Rugley

Male Teal at Sankey Valley Blackbrook by Mark Garner

Male Teal at Sankey Valley Blackbrook by Mark Garner

Sunrise at Sherdley Park by Suzie Remadems

Sunrise at Sherdley Park by Suzie Remadems

Redshank enjoying the winter sunshine by Suzy Makin

Redshank enjoying the winter sunshine by Suzy Makin

Sycamore Seeds Chris Doyle

Sycamore Seeds Chris Doyle

Robin at Blackbrook by Alex Stringer

Robin at Blackbrook by Alex Stringer




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