England's Big Picture: 16-22 November 2015

Each day we feature a photograph sent in from across England - the gallery will grow during the week.

If you have a picture you would like to share, please see below the images for details on how to submit yours.

Image copyright Jed Pearson
Image caption Jed Pearson took this photo from the beach at New Brighton, on the Wirral Peninsula, looking across the River Mersey to the new container port which is under development at Seaforth, Liverpool. He said: "Very high winds coincided with a high tide and I selected to use a slow shutter speed of 0.4 sec with the assistance of a filter to add movement to the waves and reflect the atmosphere on the beach"
Image copyright Helen Cottam
Image caption Helen Cottam took this photo a few days after the opening of the Christmas markets in Manchester city centre. There are over 300 stalls and, like Christmas markets in many other towns and cities at this time of year, offer international food and gifts
Image copyright Sam Codrington
Image caption Sam Codrington took this photo of the 14-metre-high Christmas tree - made from soft toys - at St Pancras International in London. He said: "Being an amateur photographer who loves taking photos of London, I could not resist the opportunity of taking a photo of it." In the new year, the 2,000 soft toys will be donated to charity
Image copyright Chris Nesbit
Image caption Chris Nesbit took this photo when he went to Portland Bill in Dorset to capture some images of Storm Barney. He said the "winds and waves were incredible"
Image copyright Nick Lucas
Image caption Nick Lucas took this photo on Avon Beach in Mudeford, Dorset, at 07:25 GMT on Tuesday. He said it was "an unexpected and rather beautiful sunrise before the onset of Storm Barney"
Image copyright Peter Whitney
Image caption Peter Whitney captured this picture of three coloured bicycles affixed to railings near to Durham Cathedral, displayed as part of the city's annual Lumiere
Image copyright Pete Collins
Image caption Pete Collins took this atmospheric picture of Ribblehead Viaduct, an iconic landmark on the scenic Settle to Carlisle rail line, near to Ingleton, North Yorkshire. The viaduct took five years to build, opened in 1875 and around 100 men died during its construction. Pete says he often visits this area for its great walks and nice dark skies. He took the image in mid-evening when the mist had just started to roll in across the moor, but it was still clear overhead. Pete used a long exposure, high ISO and wide aperture to show the Milky Way

How to submit a picture

If you have a picture you'd like to share, email us at england@bbc.co.uk, post it on Facebook or tweet it to @BBCEngland. You can also find us on Instagram - use #englandsbigpicture to share an image there.

When emailing pictures, please make sure you include the following information:

  • The full name of the person who took the pictures (as this person owns the copyright);
  • Confirmation that the copyright holder gives permission for the BBC to use their pictures across all its outputs;
  • The location, date and time that the pictures were taken;
  • Your telephone number so we can get back to you if we have any further questions;
  • Any other details about the pictures that may be useful for us to know.

Please note that whilst we welcome all your pictures, we are more likely to use those which have been taken in the past week.

Terms and conditions

If you submit a picture, you do so in accordance with the BBC's Terms and Conditions.

In contributing to England's Big Picture you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way that we want, and in any media worldwide.

It's important to note, however, that you still own the copyright to everything you contribute to England's Big Picture, and that if your image is accepted, we will publish your name alongside.

The BBC cannot guarantee that all pictures will be used and we reserve the right to edit your comments.

At no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws collecting any kind of media.