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Snapshot Suffolk: Your best pictures from the past fortnight from Bury St Edmunds and beyond

After a one week break, we are back with more of your images for our lockdown photography competition Snapshot Suffolk.

As ever, the standard has been very high and our editor Barry Peters will have a hard time choosing a winner to receive the £20 Love2Shop voucher on offer. The winner will also receive a six month subscription to the Iliffe app.
To take part, simply take a photo in Suffolk and email it to news@buryfreepress.co.uk or use #SnapshotSuffolk on Instagram.

This week's captions

Eoghan O'Maolain sent in this peacock and hare from Wyken Vineyard Gardens.

Not to be outdone, Anne O'Maolain also sent in a peacock from the same location.

Ron Dudley in Bury St Edmunds called this photo ‘Always Look Up’.

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Long Melford resident Stephen Thompson put his take on the much-photographed Willy Lot’s cottage at Flatford, East Bergholt.

Sarah Hills from Sudbury said she took this picture on a walk over the Great Waldingfield airfield, ‘just before the rain hit’ us.

A photo from the coast from Harry Stark.

Scott Lambert found this bee while out walking with his wife Viki.

Landguard Point old pier, as taken by Angela Selfe in Elmswell.

Ten-year-old Evie Whymark took this one in her Elmswell back garden.

Thanks to Chris Boughton for snapping a goldfinch in his Fornham St Martin back garden.

Gordon Stewart found this beautiful butterfly.

Alan Wiseman from Haverhill took this picture of Nowton Park while walking his dog.

Lynda Sebbage found these swans at Sudbury Water Meadows.

Adrian Wilson found this Barley field outside Kedington.

Colin Tilly said his dog was waiting for a walk while he answered emails.

Rachel Cross spotted this swan on the River Stour.

A Wetheringsett sunset with stunning clouds from Colin Reeve.

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