Lancashire Life reader photos - January 2014

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 January 2014

Keswick from Latrigg - Rob McEwen

Keswick from Latrigg - Rob McEwen

Add your seasonal shots to Lancashire’s best gallery of contemporary photography

Longridge Fell - Richard MartinLongridge Fell - Richard Martin

It’s cold outside, but that’s no reason not to get out there with your camera. The wintry weather provides all sorts of opportunities for photographers and can give a new look to a familiar scene.

Trees take on a ghostly appearance when shrouded with frost, everyday landscapes become magical when covered in snow and even our town and city centres can be given an other-worldly atmosphere in the watery winter light.

Snowy lane, Goosnargh - Steven KiddSnowy lane, Goosnargh - Steven Kidd

But whatever you take pictures of – and there’s no excuse not to, with cameras on every kind of device – we want you to share them with us and our readers. There’s already a wonderful gallery of brilliant shots on our website but in a county as beautiful and varied as ours there’s always something new to see.

Our army of amateur photographers has criss-crossed the region and the brilliant photographs on these pages are just some of the shots to have been added to the gallery by our talented readers.

And now it’s your turn. You never know, you might find your image chosen to appear in next month’s magazine – imagine the warming glow that would give you.

Join the gallery

To upload your best photographs of Lancashire to our website, log on to and click on the Photo tab at the top of the page and follow the link.

You will be asked to register, which is free and also allows you to comment on articles and photographs on the site, to enter competitions and to take advantage of special offers.

Once you’ve signed up you’ll be able to add your photos to the hundreds already online.

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