MANY people across the UK stood at their doorsteps and windows to catch a glimpse of Comet Neowise at the weekend.

It is said to be one of the few comets in the past 20 years which can be seen, without a telescope, making its way towards the sun.

David Walker wanted to capture the moment it was visible over the skies of north Shropshire, and got an amazing shot of the comet over the British Ironwork Centre from West Felton.

For those who missed it, Comet Neowise will remain visible on clear nights to those living in the Northern Hemisphere throughout the month of July.

It is expected to be closest to Earth (around 60million miles away) on July 23.