FOR this month’s feature, Kirkbymoorside Camera Club showcases a selection of weather images taken by some of its members. The club meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month at the Moorside Bar and Club, Shaw Drive, Kirkbymoorside, at 7.30pm. New members of all standards welcome. For details, go to or find them on Facebook.

Barry Tuck - The Storm

Storm chasing at Whitby in November gives you some incredible seas crashing into the harbour walls. A strong easterly gale drives the waves straight down the river mouth to show you its raw power.

Lynn Wraith - Approaching Snow Storm

Watching a storm approach Peyto Lake in Canada was an amazing sight to watch. I was standing in bright sunshine witnessing the changes to the landscape and captured this image just as the snow started to fall.

Iain Leadley - The Cormorant

The photo was taken at Scarborough Mere in March of last year. It was snowing quite badly when I set off before sunrise, and my wife thought I was daft for going out, but I wanted something a bit different. Panning the camera for moving subjects usually gives a nice effect as it blurs the background, but in this shot it’s also helped bring out the snowflakes and I think shows the weather as it really was.

Mike Chapman - Trees at Sunset

A noted stand of trees just north of Welburn. A hurried drive from Pickering enabled the trees to be captured against the spectacular sunset.

John Clifton - Eilean Donan Castle

Probably one of the most photographed castles in Scotland, illuminated here by a sudden shaft of sun after a typically stormy spring day.