Snapshot Suffolk: Your pictures of west Suffolk this week
The Bury Free Press has been sent a high quality selection of pictures you have taken in west Suffolk this week.
It is all for our lockdown photography competition Snapshot Suffolk.
All entries will be judged by our editor Barry Peters and the winner will receive a £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 email@example.com 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.
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.
This week's captions:
Annabelle Birrell with Barbie, one of her 11 lambs in Hengrave.
The Larke family in Bury St Edmunds has sent us this picture of their cat Charlie chilling out on a very warm Easter Sunday.
Albie, age five, plays in his garden in Barrow. His dad Ian took the picture.
Kelly Pepper took this shot of Stowmarket Golf Course - which she described as ‘pretty in pink.’
Cath Baker snapped cherry blossom in Crown Street, Bury St Edmunds
Jody Blyth Tancock photographed her daughter Neah enjoying warm air and sunshine - on their way to buy essentials in Mildenhall.
A super moon, taken by Kirsty Tuthill in Bury St Edmunds
Carmen Lam was out with her boyfriend Lee when they took this picture of their dog near Westley.
Bury St Edmunds resident Kelly Walker took this picture because ‘it stood out’.
These two wild parakeets have been feeding in Gary Turner’s garden
India Clement, aged eight, wanted to cheer her Moreton Hall neighbours up by painting these pine cones.
Natalie Shaves has been cycling with her ten-year-old son Myles and their dog Simba during lockdown.
Colin Lang took this shot of his wife Christine on a walk in Thetford Forest, near their home in Brandon.
The Moreton Hall pub - as seen by Gayle Wade.
A Fuji camera, crystal ball, lights and a long exposure were used to make ‘The Future is Bright’ in the home of Andrea Gillies in Bury St Edmunds.
A bee enjoying the apple blossom on the allotment belonging to Annie Page in Bury.
Jean Gawlinski-Reeves from Burwell took this shot on a bike ride.
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