Welcome to another bumper version of the Whitchurch Herald Camera Club and thank you for your superb submissions.

Starting from the top left is new member Paul Cheshire seeing a big bad wolf in his dark sky – can you see it?

Below that is the first of two from Teresa Bandey with her ‘ring of fire’ sunset – exceptional – and next to that is Caroline Barrett’s sunset from Higher Wych, calling it silage time.

Over the page is a Brian Robert’s one-two – first up is a superb sunset in Wem as the farmers start their preparations for the harvest season.

Next to that is his unfiltered close-up of a bee in action and it’s a fine effort.

Below that is Kayleigh Cheshire’s close-up of a white lioness at the West Mids Safari Park, and another wonderful-looking animal shot is from Callum Beddows, who managed to catch a picture of a buzzard as it stopped for a rest in his garden.

Next is David Walker’s shot of his stroll around Ellesmere and despite the heavy rains, it’s still a superb shot of summer.

Then is Karin Goddard’s peacock butterfly while Carl Wynn’s forlorn wait for the clouds to go finished the page.

Laura Butler’s brilliant bee is next before we have another from Teresa with her unusual, flame-red sunflower.

And to finish, it’s blue skies ahead from Danimal Edwards and his shot of a train passing through Whitchurch station.