Wakefield Weekly: 15 of your best photos taken in Wakefield, Pontefract and Castleford this week

It's been another week of stunning sunsets and scenic views in Wakefield and the Five Towns.

Thursday, 18th March 2021, 3:15 pm
It's been another week of stunning sunsets and scenic views in Wakefield and the Five Towns.

As part of our Wakefield Weekly project, we're celebrating some of the best photographer that Wakefield has to offer. And this week has been no exception - over the last seven days, keen photographers have flocked to take photos of a whole host of spectacular views, putting their photography skills and eye for details to the test.

Julia Suzanne showed off her eye for detail with this snap of a colourful bench at Nostell.
Dean Ward captured the first signs of spring with this photo of a row of daffodils lighting up the road into Woolley.

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Daniel Berry took this gorgeous photo of the boathouse at Newmillerdam Country Park surrounded by a dark forest.
Mary Ann Arkley focused on the details with this up-close snap of Wakefield Cathedral.
Iain Fitzpatrick took this photo during a Sunday morning walk close to Ryhill. Can you spot the dog?
Twitter user @leeroydouche said: "'God Speaking to his Parishioners' - moody skies towards Huddersfield."
Sarah Moo Horncastle wrote: "River Calder near Horbury Lagoon, couldn’t resist the reflection."
An early Sunday morning walk paid off for Shelly Hiorns, when she took this gorgeous snap of a sunrise at Rhyill.
Lewis Hiornd was also drawn by the sunrise, and sent in this beautiful snap of the sun rising close to his home.
Nichola Sewell said: "Swan in territory protection mode at Newmillerdam. Sunlight peppered the surface of the water as it powered through."
Andy Plues opted for a more industrial feel, with this photo of the Wakefield Waterfront site, which is currently under redevelopment.
Tammy Gotts took this impressive shot of the view from Sandal Castle during a bright March dog walk.
Robert Wood caught the first rays of morning light peeking out across a hill on Heath Common.
Matthew Jaggar seized the opportunity to photograph the stunning clouds over his neighbours' homes.
Louise Fairclough said: "Storm clouds gathering at Seckar Woods."