A LONE fisherman braves the chilly weather and winter mists on the Wye as the lights of the Rowing Club glow on the water's surface in our Camera Club picture of the day, taken by Linda Thomas.

A central feature of the lives and leisure activities of many in the county, the River Wye winds its way through some of Herefordshire's most breathtaking scenery as it makes its way from its source in the Cambrian Mountains to its mouth in the Severn Estuary.

Vastly popular amongst fishermen, the river is not only famous for its Atlantic salmon but also plays host to a huge wealth of other wildlife and is, for much of its length, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation.

To share your pictures of our beautiful county and to be in with a chance of having your picture chosen as our picture of the day, upload your pictures to the Hereford Times Camera Club Group!