Snapshot Suffolk: Your best pictures for June 13-19
You have all been keeping up the good work, and once more we have a great selection of photos for our competition Snapshot Suffolk.
We bring you some of the best we have received this week, with the overall winner receiving a £20 Love2Shop Voucher along with a six-month pass for our digital app.
To enter, 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.
This week's captions
Steve Howard says he has spent a lot of time in lockdown watching sparrows.
Tony Hosking, who lives in Beck Row, saw this lizard in Icklingham.
Eight-year-old Sophie McGaffin came across this swan while out in West Row.
Alan Wiseman says this photo was taken in his garden in Haverhill.
Also in Haverhill, Kate Miles took this picture of the skyline.
Mark Ware was lucky enough to see a Bee Orchid, which only flowers once every six to eight years.
Laura Hutton took this picture of a swan in Moreton Hall.
Billy Sylvester from Badwell Ash enjoying the ‘calm before the storm’.
A squirrel found by Megan Waddilove.
Bethany Johnson took this picture while on a sunset walk in Bury St Edmunds.
Jo Oliver from Bury took this picture of the sky above Hardwick Heath.
Marsha Brame sent us poppies from Rougham industrial estate.
Hayden Grainger takes his dog Beef for a walk in West Stow.
Jackie Gillman shot the fox, at least with a camera for this picture.
St Edmundsbury Cathedral as seen by Helen Simpson.
Thanks to Kelly Dowson for this entry.
A female mallard duck sent in from Marta Zielinska.
Karri Hynds sent us these bees.
Karyn Smith was at the beach for this photo.
Some poppies at Suffolk Park from Stephen Moody.
Stephen Thomson of The Drays, Long Melford, was up at sunrise for these pictures of Ballingdon Church in Sudbury.
Anita Roberts took this shot at Mildenhall Woods.
Diana Dufosee called this picture ‘Morning Reflection’ - which was taken in a farm in Little Bradley.
Katy Frith said The Cam has never looked like this before in a picture.
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