Thursday 29 February 2024
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In Pictures / Shetland winter glory – readers share their best shots (Part 2)

WHILE the disruption shows no signs of slowing down, the snowy weather is continuing to provide some beautiful views of Shetland – and plenty of fun too for bairns and adults alike.

Here is our second gallery of readers’ photos after the first one yesterday – thanks everyone for sending them in.

Uyeasound on Thursday night (Janice Priest)
Robin in a Staney Hill garden (Terri Mackay)
Benston Loch (Terri Louise Barry)
A shed at Backland, Lerwick. (Rhona Wiseman)
View towards Sands of Sound (Frances Rosie)
Snowy path in Lerwick (Tanja Hawkins Cormack)
Lerwick taken from da Knab on Wednesday night (Tahnae Maclennan)
(Shona Gair)
Sunset at Whiteness (Shareen Scollay)
Gilbertson Park sledging last night. Lots of fun. (Stacy Hornal)
Sunrise over Hoswick (Sam Burns)
A view over Firths Voe from on Thursday afternoon (Ruth Fletcher)
Aith lifeboat (Nicola Wilson)
Icicles (Mike Betteridge)
View over Gulberwick on Thursday afternoon (Martin Harrison)
Feeding the horse (Mandie Fulbirg)
Lower Voe (Linda Stout)
(Kay Adamson)
(Kat Duernberger)
(Jonny Wiseman)
Miley helping to shovel the snow (Jodie King)
Weisdale Voe (Heather Anderson)
Hay’s Dock in the snow (Emma Williamson)
Fine day out for some (Darren Close)
Stanley (6) – skiing in Whalsay (Caroline Watt)
Snowy Aith (Blake Davies)
Dales Lees (Beth Gerrard)
Stromfirth (Ali Rennie)
Ellis Macgregor, aged 4, and little sister Nora, ages 4 months, having fun in the snow (Abbie Robertson)
A wintry scene in Weisdale



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