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, @sheffieldstar.
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.
Phillip Martin interrupted his journey to work to capture a beautiful sunrise over Concord Park, Shiregreen, while Claire Kennedy took a photo of her 11-month-old daughter Brooke enjoying the sun in the Winter Garden in the centre of Sheffield. Ray Sykes took a picture at Sheffield by the Seaside in the Peace Gardens.
Further afield, Dave Fields captured clear skies over Borth beach in Wales.
n Thank you to everyone who sent in their summer snaps and we apologise if we have been unable to use your submission, but due to the sheer volume of pictures received we have been unable to use all of them.