We asked Jess Siggers from IGersBristol to select her favourite featured photos of Bristol from January 2020.
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1) Michael Buckle / @michaelbuckle
Bristol 2020 kicked off with a beautiful mist descending over the city, making for a New Years Day of cracking photos like this one from one of our fave ballooning team photographers, Mr Buckle!
2) Chris Hill / @chrshill
Someone else who made the most of the mist was the talented Chris Hill, with several foggy bangers in January including this one of Clifton Observatory.
3) Bryn Webley / @brynwebley
We missed our Bryn when he took a break from the ‘Gram last year! But then he returned with lots of glittery Bristol night-time stunners like this one, so all’s forgiven.
4) Zoe Sutton / @zfjsutton
Zoe takes such gorgeous atmospheric shots of our city and this one was no exception. Who is that ghostly apparition on Castle Bridge? Is it Banksy, scrawling some filth? We’ll never know.
5) Keith Rugman / @kruggy01
You can tell a ‘Kruggy01’ shot a mile off – they’re always gorgeously golden and show Bristol’s ‘layers’ off perfectly. Or as Keith himself calls those layers: ‘jumbletecture’.
6) Natalie Sweet / @sweetcakesbynat
The Wave out at Easter Compton has to be one of the best additions to Bristol in years and Natalie captured this fab sunny surf scene during her recent visit.
7) Matthew Price / @matthewpriceartist
Matthew’s not only a talented artist but takes amazing ‘puddlegrams’ too, like this one at Queen Square! Only good thing about rainy days.
8) Martin Waters / @scrumpyphotos
Every so often we’re tagged in a stunning shot of the remaining three trees which made up the ‘Seven Sisters’ on Durdham Downs and this frosty version by Martin was no exception.
9) Matt Perks / @perkspectivephotography
This is all that could be seen of the Second Severn Crossing from Severn Beach sea front one misty morning recently. Isn’t it incredible? A classic from the talented Matt Perks!
10) David Sargent / @davidsargentphoto
Ending this month’s Top Ten Photos Of The Day with this serene wintery morning shot of Kingswood Park, captured by David. Looking good, BS15.