Best of Boston pictures for 'Boston Calendar 2018'
Boston Borough Council has invited residents to send their pictures showing Boston and the borough at its best. Below are some of the pictures submitted to us so far and a link to the original article promoting this project.
More pictures will be added as they come in.
Fenland sedge bends to a wintry breeze in this picture taken by Mark Whitaker at Hobhole drain.
Katie Beeson has submitted this September view through a tree-lined walkway from Westwood Lakes with the Stump in the distance.
Yvonne Dunmore has submitted her photograph of an Autumn sunset at RSPB Frampton Marsh.
Paul Napier sent in a selection featuring the Stump, sunsets over the river and St Nicholas Church. This one of the fishing boats is an entry for September.
This languid September evening picture of the River Witham was taken by Geoff Pearson from onboard the Boston Belle.
Here is another image of the famous Boston May Fair, this one taken by Paul King.
Another entry from the lens of Jill Andrews - this time for May and Boston's famous May Fair in full swing.
Thank you Derrick Venn for this October entry for the Boston Calendar 2018. Derek took this picture of the Maud Foster mill from Bargate Bridge.
This entry from Nick Street shows the Maud Foster mill shrouded in a January mist. He has submitted it for the Boston Calendar 2018.
This entry from Steven Baxter is an entry for November and shows a reflective view of the Stump.
This entry from Jill Andrews is from August and shows the fisher fleet returning home. Jill took it at Frampton Marsh.
This entry from Jane Desforges shows the Stump illuminated in July in memory of her son, Matthew, on the 15th anniversary of his death aged just 31.
This glorious sunset photograph, featuring the Boston Belle at its mooring, was taken by Mike Crowe, and is an entry for November
If you would you like to see your photograph of Boston or any of the borough's villages considered for the 2018 calendar please email it to email@example.com
Original article Send us your 'best of Boston' pictures