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Reader Pictures by Michael Hardy
 Jolly Dale Reflections shows the dawn sunlight on Water-cum-Jolly Dale where the River Wye has been dammed to originally power the Cressbrook Mill in the eighteenth century. This is just below Monsal Head.

Reader Pictures by Michael Hardy Jolly Dale Reflections shows the dawn sunlight on Water-cum-Jolly Dale where the River Wye has been dammed to originally power the Cressbrook Mill in the eighteenth century. This is just below Monsal Head.

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Every day The Star receives wonderful photographs taken by our readers.

Our staff love looking through them all and selecting some to print in the newspaper each day.

View from my apartment by Maureen Barnes Reader Pic

View from my apartment by Maureen Barnes Reader Pic

Some of the pictures are highlighted on our Facebook page each day and staff also post on Instagram too.

Here are just a few of the fantastic images we have received recently.

If you would like to share your images or short videos with us please send them to readerpics@thestar.co.uk

Reader pic from Michael Hardy
photographs of some of the large red deer stags participating in the annual red deer rut up on Big Moor, close to Owler Bar. The large red deer stags compete for the right to mate with the hinds (female red deer) and go to some lengths to protect their harems from other stags who seek to challenge them in the rut. The rut is characterised by loud bellowing (known as bolving) which can be heard over large distances as the stags compete vocally before challenging other stags to fight by locking their antlers in a trial of strength. It is often difficult to believe that this annual wildlife spectacle is taking place less than ten miles from Sheffield city centre.

Reader pic from Michael Hardy photographs of some of the large red deer stags participating in the annual red deer rut up on Big Moor, close to Owler Bar. The large red deer stags compete for the right to mate with the hinds (female red deer) and go to some lengths to protect their harems from other stags who seek to challenge them in the rut. The rut is characterised by loud bellowing (known as bolving) which can be heard over large distances as the stags compete vocally before challenging other stags to fight by locking their antlers in a trial of strength. It is often difficult to believe that this annual wildlife spectacle is taking place less than ten miles from Sheffield city centre.

Reader Pic Autumn Leaf Collection by Simon Dell

Reader Pic Autumn Leaf Collection by Simon Dell

been busy collecting all things Autumn here in sheffield .   by simon dell

been busy collecting all things Autumn here in sheffield . by simon dell

An idyllic brook on the border of Dronfield and Barlow. Sent in by Bob Westerdale

An idyllic brook on the border of Dronfield and Barlow. Sent in by Bob Westerdale

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Fallow Deer on the lawns of Chatsworth House. Loitering on the Duke's Lawn
 
Photo taken by Michael Hardy

Reader Pic Fallow Deer on the lawns of Chatsworth House. Loitering on the Duke's Lawn Photo taken by Michael Hardy

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