The Lockdown Photo Contest NOW LIVE!


Thank you to everyone who has entered our photography contest. We have had many entries and your photography has been amazing!

You have made us smile and I know that as we share them with the community they will also have their spirits raised by the incredible images you have shared.

The winner of the contest will receive a £25 Amazon voucher and we thank you all for taking the time to share your images with us during this difficult period.

The contest runs from 11th – 16th May.

Please see all the photographs that have been submitted below. Be sure to click on the thumbnails to see the photos properly and vote for the photos you like the most.

The winning photo will be the one with the most votes from the community by the time the contest ends.

So get voting NOW!

Use the Facebook sharing option to promote your favourite photo and encourage others to vote too.

Contest Ended
Total votes for the Contest "Lockdown" : 2144
I was walking past my parents house this sunny day and I saw my parents in the garden. They waved so I took the photo through their gate. They are both in their 80’s and staying at home to keep
62 Votes
This photo is of my 80-year-old Mum. She is making Scrubs for Havering, Queens Hospital and King George’s. Related
1074 Votes
We love the first flush of spring, and not many people are aware just how many spring flowers are edible. Here is a salad made from my garden with ransoms, borage, dandelions, archangels, hedge garlic and different types of daisy.
24 Votes
I am using the lockdown to make best use of the garden. It has made me feel a lovely connection to the flowers as they open – this one was taken on the 10th May as the first Poppies started
14 Votes
On one of my local walks during lockdown, it can be good to get fresh air while social distancing. Related
11 Votes
Taken from my front garden , I love taking sunset or scenery photos . Related
33 Votes
It is of my local bit of Hornchurch Country Park where myself & my children go for our daily walk. During this time all you can hear are the birds tweeting & nothing else. All normal life can be forgotten
11 Votes
This is simply of the amazing red arrows on VE day. Related
14 Votes
It was my 6th wedding anniversary on April 26th as we couldn’t go anywhere to celebrate I did all the chores like usual but thought id dress up for the occasion!! Related
3 Votes
Local area from a different perspective – Central Park, Harold Hill Related
26 Votes
Lockdown green – the colour of life and hope, taken in Harold Wood Park Related
33 Votes
This was taken over The Manor in Harold Hill as I was enjoying my hour daily exercise. The Manor is beautiful first thing in the morning when the sun is coming up. Related
4 Votes
This is my son last week on his 7th birthday, we have been shielding for 8 weeks now because of my underlying medical conditions, his best friend came to sing happy Birthday on our drive way, my son was so
51 Votes
This is how our homeschooling is going now. Think we have all officially given up.  So much paper. Not enough patients.  Related
3 Votes
No Spain this year !! So hot tub it is. Related
3 Votes
Enjoying the view Related
2 Votes
Quarantine Babies Related
3 Votes
This is a pic of my little ones who are 6 and 7. We don’t have a garden so decided to make a tree swing. They enjoyed it massively and I caught this photo on the off chance. I still
2 Votes
Missing her much, our beautiful 18 months old granddaughter Sienna xxxx😘💕🌸🦩Photo says it all, stay home be safe Related
4 Votes
Spotted this stunning chap on Thursday 30th April having his lunch in my back garden in Elm Park. Related
3 Votes
I made this since lockdown started. Related
15 Votes
This picture was taken of our grandson Elliott who is 5, he is in his garden and we are at the back gate. He randomly picked the dandelion and started to blow, closed his eyes and whispered out loud “I
43 Votes
Harry the hedgehog having dinner in my garden 03/05/20. Related
17 Votes
Dear ducklings born in lockdown may 2020. Related
7 Votes
Fox Cubs born during lockdown may 2020. Related
3 Votes
A photo of the famous British Landmark of Trafalgar Square. This is one of the top tourist attractions of UK and this is crowded with people 24/7 it is never empty. During lockdown my husband and I had to attend
6 Votes
15th April my husband had to go for a medical for his work in the west end. I decided not to let him take the tube but use my car instead. So I popped along with him and on our
368 Votes
Bentley over Belhurst wood Related
2 Votes
Bentley over Belhurst wood Related
2 Votes
Our beautiful cat ziggy on lockdown, the sun shone on him just as we took this picture creating a stay safe rainbow right across his nose 🌈😊😍 Related
24 Votes
Looking through a tyre in Bluebell Woods! Related
3 Votes
Rug making during lockdown. Related
12 Votes
This photo was taken in Harold Wood Park on my daily walk as the sun was going down. Related
2 Votes
Hey this is jp, since lockdown he has been enjoying being even more pampered than usual. Keeps us smiling every day. Related
30 Votes
A Tulip, to show my remembrance of those who have lost their lives in this time, in my family tulips have a meaning of memory and love. Related
1 Votes
This rainbow is to show support to the NHS and their hard work, especially as both my parents work in the NHS. Related
1 Votes
A photo taken on our favourite walk from Tomkyns Lane through to Bird Lane Related
1 Votes
One of our favourite walks through Thames Chase Related
1 Votes
Some hidden Bike Jumps we found on one of our walks Related
1 Votes
One of our new-found favourite locations Related
1 Votes
Our daughter works at the tea shack on Upminster Golf Course most Saturday’s and Sunday’s, when the weather permits. Related
212 Votes
One of the places we had never visited before lockdown, but is now one of our favourite. Related
2 Votes
Our local duck pond we have been visiting since being children and now take the younger generation of our family to visit. Related
1 Votes
One of the many views on our favourite walk from Tomkyns Lane to Bird Lane Related
1 Votes
Taken with my phone in Cranham. Red damsel fly. Close up with no added effects, just straight forward point and click  Related
1 Votes
One hour before the sun was due to set over in the sea of Bluebells at Brickfields Related
2 Votes
Peggy, better known as the three legged Upminster dog, is our favourite companion on our daily lockdown walks. This photo was taken on our walk down past pike pond. Related
3 Votes
Venturing out Related
1 Votes
Motherly love Related
1 Votes

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