THE weather might be unpredictable – but the sun is always shining on summer in The Star.
We asked readers to send in their best sunshine snaps - and here are just a few of the super selection which landed in our email, on our Facebook page and via The Star’s Twitter account.
From golden images of grandchildren which warmed the heart, to holiday photos at home and abroad, your sparkling shots reflect the way you’re spending summer.
Images could be snapped anywhere – in the garden, the streets of the city centre, on a day trip out, or on summer holidays to sunnier climes.
Reader Craig Baxter sent in a picture of a rollercoaster in Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire, basking in the sun, while Katy Whitham sent in a photo from a camping trip in Bakewell.
Mark Searle snapped a sunset over Morfa Nefyn on the Llyn peninsula, North Wales, while Joanne Booker photographed seven-year-old Macey and Ivy Jess, aged three, from Handsworth, having fun in Scarborough.
Closer to home, Dave Fields snapped children relaxing in the Peace Gardens in Sheffield city centre, while David Fletcher took a picture of a peacock butterfly at Beighton Marsh.
There is still time to send us your pictures, which we’ll endeavour to publish in The Star and on our website:
n Email them to email@example.com with Summer Snaps in the subject field
n Post them on our Facebook fan page - www.facebook.com/sheffieldstar.
n Or tweet us @SheffieldStar.