Readers’ stunning images are inspired by the natural world

Stuart Buckminster's image of a dragonfly at Paxton Pits Nature Reserve.

Stuart Buckminster's image of a dragonfly at Paxton Pits Nature Reserve. - Credit: Archant

Can you take a photograph for The Hunts Post?

Tom Mcnaughton took this photo of flowers in his Great Paxton garden.

Tom Mcnaughton took this photo of flowers in his Great Paxton garden. - Credit: Archant

More photos featuring images sent in from people living in Huntingdonshire. Over the next few weeks, we would love to see your images of the changing seasons. If you send us a photo, we need your full name and a short description of where the image was taken.

We prefer Jpeg images and the file size should be around 1MB. Send photos to: editor@huntspost.co.uk.

Photos will also be published online.

Ugne Pavilauskiene took this image in her garden.

Ugne Pavilauskiene took this image in her garden. - Credit: Archant

Gill Butt's photo was taken at the Paxton Pits Nature Reserve.

Gill Butt's photo was taken at the Paxton Pits Nature Reserve. - Credit: Archant

Malcolm Lynn took this photo of a cheeky squirrel in his garden.

Malcolm Lynn took this photo of a cheeky squirrel in his garden. - Credit: Archant

Gerry Brown took this photo of a male pheasant in his Hartford garden.

Gerry Brown took this photo of a male pheasant in his Hartford garden. - Credit: Archant

Sally Jex took this photograph in St Neots.

Sally Jex took this photograph in St Neots. - Credit: Archant

Marian Preston took this photograph in Huntingdon High Street.

Marian Preston took this photograph in Huntingdon High Street. - Credit: Archant


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