The Deep, taken earlier yesterday afternoon, just before the rain, by @TheMJsocial on Twitter.

Your 11 stunning pictures of Hull for World Photo Day

As the planet celebrated the humble photograph on World Photo Day, we asked our social media followers to share their best shots of Hull to mark the occasion yesterday.

And you responded in force with stunning shots of city landmarks including The Deep, the Queen Victoria Square fountains and the statue of William Wilberforce in Queens Gardens.

Artistic shots of traffic zooming past in Lowgate and a rainbow stretching out in front of Princes Quay were also posted to us.

Here are 11 stunning shots of Hull for World Photo Day:

A beautiful rainbow in front of Princes Quay by @kitten71xx on Twitter.

Queen Victoria Square fountains by @TracyRoshLuna on Twitter.

Paragon Station by Leonard Gregory on LinkedIn.

A long-exposure shot of Lowgate by @TracyRoshLuna on Twitter.

The Deep, taken earlier yesterday afternoon, just before the rain, by @TheMJsocial on Twitter.

Before the bridge work started on Castle Street by @Roamtherange87 on Twitter.

Here’s a beautiful image of the Arctic Corsair move from @HullMaritime on Twitter.

How about the garden of the Charterhouse? asks @anngodden on Twitter.

The Wilberforce Statue overlooking Queens Gardens by @AndySmith260168 on Twitter.

Dr Mohanned AL-ANBER on LinkedIn says “Was sweet time with them… don’t forget”.

The KCOM Stadium by @dazpercival.

A £42 million investment in the city will see the height of defences raised along more than four miles of the Humber foreshore, from St Andrew’s Quay and Victoria Dock Village.