Welcome back for another week of Camera Club in the Whitchurch Herald.

Thanks once again for your brilliant contributions. We really do want to see all of your pictures so we can make this page as special as it should be.

There’s some absolute crackers this week, whether it be Jill Adger’s fiery sunrise over Ellesmere, with the morning sky giving way to heavy rain later on, meaning ‘Shepherd’s Warning’ was correct.

Jill also weighed in with a fine landscape of Haughmond Abbey.

New contributor Steve Wilson admitted he only thought last minute to take this picture of Wrenbury Mill canal crossing from the weekend as a number of narrowboats passed through.

Long-time contributor Kathryn Goddard’s arty shot of the famous Brooklyn Bridge is quite the delight.

Andy Neeves’ shot of a fighter jet showed off his skills while Rob Evans’ shot of Caer Caradoc showed off the wild side of the Shropshire countryside in Church Stretton.

And newcomer Tracy Bathers showed off a brilliant close-up of a moth ready to hatch but for now was content to scooter along the grass.

As ever, your contributions are what make our Camera Club what it is so please do join on Facebook or email your contributions to our editor Emily Lloyd at emily.lloyd@newsquest.co.uk