From the pyramids to the Taj Mahal, some magnificent structures have been constructed through the ages, but the beauty of objects created in the natural world remains something we can marvel at on a daily basis

‘Construction’ is the current theme for our Camera Club members and this week’s selection of images includes some wonderful structures created by nature, such as a spider's web, as you can see by scrolling down this page.

The Watford Observer Camera Club is a Facebook-based group. It is open to all photographers – from those who use snap pictures on their phones, to professionals who capture perfect shots with specialist equipment.

Every four weeks, the camera club is set a new challenge, a theme is selected and then the work starts for our talented photographers.

Search for Watford Observer Camera Club on Facebook. Ask to join the group and we’ll accept you.

This week’s selection of images were taken by:

Alistair Allen

Picture: Alistair Allen

Picture: Alistair Allen

Stephen Danzig

St Albans Road. Picture: Stephen Danzig

'St Albans Road.' Picture: Stephen Danzig

Neil Green

New Watford General Hospital car park. Picture: Neil Green

'New Watford General Hospital car park'. Picture: Neil Green

Julie Holmes

Construction and reflection. Picture: Julie Holmes

'Construction and reflection.' Picture: Julie Holmes

Jo Kedgley

Construction vehicles in the sandpit. Picture: Jo Kedgley

'Construction vehicles in the sandpit.' Picture: Jo Kedgley

Zoe Michelle

Picture: Zoe Michelle

Picture: Zoe Michelle

Tracey Phillipps

Construction within a lupin. Picture: Tracey Phillipps

'Construction within a lupin'. Picture: Tracey Phillipps

Angela Scott

Picture: Angela Scott

Picture: Angela Scott

Robert Stapleton

The web. Picture: Robert Stapleton

'The web.' Picture: Robert Stapleton