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Snapshot Suffolk: Some of the best photos you have taken this week for our lockdown competition

As we near the end of June, the quality for our lockdown photography competition Snapshot Suffolk has not dropped.

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 news@buryfreepress.co.uk with Snapshot Suffolk as the subject.

Katy Frith said her husband John took this shot of the Stour.

At Lakenheath Fen, John Walker called this ‘it must be love’.

Poppy fields off Rougham Tower Avenue in Bury St Edmumds. Taken by Tibor Pollerman.

Jessica Alen took this photo of the flowers in her garden in Stanton, Bury St Edmunds.

‘My little girl in the poppy fields by Morton Hall, feels especially poignant given recent VE day,’ says Lucy Powell.

Ebonie Carter sent us in these beach huts from Felixstowe.

Culford Heath, as photographed by Kirsty-ann and Olivia Turner.

A goldfinch taken by Anna Sobiechowski.

Anna also sent us ‘bath time for a blue tit’.

Some geese and goslings spotted by Tom in Thetford.

Millie-Mae Anthony, who is 15 and lives in Rougham, said she went for a bike ride with her sister and spotted this beautiful sunset.

Millie-Mae also took a picture of this ‘strawberry colour’ moon.

Gazeley resident Patricia Aston found these were salsify plants, rather than dandelion clocks.

At the Redgrave & Lopham Fen Reserve, Peter and Anne Cottee saw these two dragon flies.

Lisa Rose said her apple tree has never looked better in blossom.

Lisa, who lives in Great Barton, took this shot of her partner Angus and their two dogs Bonnie and Lola.

Paul Harding in Moreton Hall saw this goldfinch in flight