Our Weather Presenter Des Coleman has been out and about across the West Midlands for our series "Weatherwatch", meeting those of who who regularly send in lovely weather photos for our 6pm programme forecasts.
Whether it's a landscape, a flower or wildlife, they're seen by thousands of viewers on each of our programmes, so who is the person behind them and what's the story behind their love for weather photography ?
One of those regular contributors is Maxine Jones from Worcestershire, and she takes photos in local landscapes. Des has been to meet her in picturesque Hanbury in Worcestershire.
Why did Maxine choose Hanbury as her weather photo spot ?
The Grade I listed building is described as the crowning glory of one of the most stunning viewpoints in Worcestershire.
Locals say when you look out from the church you can see the Malvern Hills on one side and on the other, Breedon Hill.
We've asked all our "Weatherwatch" guests to share their top weather photo tip - here's Maxine's:
Watch the moment Des met Maxine at Hanbury Church, as she shows us her favourite spot where she takes her amazing weather photos.
If you've got a weather or wildlife photo that you'd like to send us then just email it to us with your name and where it was taken in the Midlands to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your photo may appear on our programme at 6pm, or on our social media channels - get in touch !