This week's Packet Camera Club comes to you after a week in which summer seemed to make a bit of a comeback.

This week has seen International Dog Day inundate us with reminders as to how much of a dog-loving nation we are, as well as a mass marine aggregation of spider crabs off the Falmouth coast in which shells were shed and replacements found.

Since the sun has been shining, both locals and holidaymakers have been in full force making the most of the lovely late August weather.

Among them have been our members who, as always, have kindly provided a plethora of images and photography documenting their trips and travels around the county.

Honourable mentions this week go to Steve Brickstock for his image of some glorious-looking fireworks that remind us that artwork can also be made at altitude.

Also getting an honourable mention this week is Harry Sutherland for his stunning snap of the sunset showing off its colours.

Remember, there's still a little bit of time left to get involved in this month's theme, which is 'silly season,' so get sending us your silliest snaps.

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