Snapshot Suffolk: Your best pictures of the past week
Our lockdown photography competition Snapshot Suffolk is still open - and many of you have made use of bank holiday weekend to take some classy shots.
Here are 25 of the best that we were sent this past week.
And don't forget that winning entries will £20 Love2Shop voucher along with a six-month pass for our digital app.
How to enter
To share your images follow us on Instagram @buryfreepress, Twitter @buryfree and Facebook facebook.com/BuryFreePress and tag your posts using #SnapshotSuffolk
You can also email pictures to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with Snapshot Suffolk as the subject.
Please include a caption telling us a little bit about the image as well as your name and where you are from.
The picture needs to have been taken in Suffolk and please only send one picture per post. Send your pictures to us before lockdown ends and please make sure you follow all government guidelines if taking a picture out and about.
The entries will be judged by the Bury Free Press editor Barry Peters and we will have one main prize, of a £20 Love2Shop voucher along with a six-month pass for our digital app.
If you are entering and are under 16, please make sure you have your parents' permission to enter and please tell us your age on the entry.
Captions for this week
- Katie Cross,14, put forward these flowers.
- Tracy Tooke and Andrew Balaam sent us their nine-year-old cocker spaniel Coco looking very comfortable.
- Ron Dudley took this shot in Churchgate Street, during his lockdown daily exercise.
- In Nowton Park, this muntjac was spotted by Alice Bloomfield of Great Whelnetham.
- This ‘busy bluetit’ was also found by Alice Bloomfield.
- Michelle Hoggett found this deer as the sun set.
- Grace Eady took a picture of this sheep.
- George Freitas, who is Brazillian but now of Springfield Road, Bury St Edmunds, has sent us three pictures. This one is the view from his window at 6.30am.
- George said this image shows part of the Suffolk College at the end of a gorgeous afternoon.
- In Moreton Hall, George’s son Lorenzo stands with the daisies after an exercise routine.
- Phil Faircloth, from cowlinge, saw this early morning visitor to his garden pond.
- Cameron Godwin from Stanton sent us a view of the Grundle area.
- A honey bee seen by Megan Thomas, 14, in Bradfield Woods - which is between their village of Felsham and Bradfield St George.
- Louise Taylor sent this shot of her daughter admiring the scenery from Golden Woods in Lawshall.
- Shirley Case stops for coffee and cake in her Newmarket back garden.
- Anna Tuffen took this picture while walking her dogs in Santon Downham.
- Dave Baldry took a picture of the woods in his village, Rougham. “As you approached it, there was a haze of bluebells,” he says.
- The Abbey Gardens at night. Terry Turner, who lives in Clacton On Sea, took this picture on a pre-lockdown visit to The Angel Hotel.
- “This is a picture taken in my garden in Haverhill whilst sitting reading under my wisteria over the Bank Holiday weekend,” says Susan Wiseman.
- This resident pheasant was ‘not complying with social distancing’, says Jane Higham.
- With his favourite tennis ball, Bailey enjoys the sunshine. From Zoe Crane in Bury.
- In Beyton, Lottie waits for her daily walk. From Neil Higham.
- Mesha Brame found this squirrel in the Abbey Gardens.
- Dee Sharp having a rest on her daily walk near Drinkstone Green.
- Lynne and Kev Gotobed are looking after Max while a relative works as a critical care nurse. The rainbows were created accidentally by sunlight shining through my glass of wine and onto him. “This confirms that he is totally supporting his Mum,” said Lynne.
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