See this week's Readers Photos

Poppy the cat sent in by Moria Clelland of Hemingford Grey.

Poppy the cat sent in by Moria Clelland of Hemingford Grey. - Credit: MORIA CLELLAND

Here is this week's selection of Hunts Post Readers' Photos. The current theme is 'summer' but we can accept photos on any subject. 

Send your image, with full name and a brief description, to: editor@huntspost.co.uk.

Andy Kerridge sent us this magnificent image.

Andy Kerridge sent us this magnificent image. - Credit: ANDY KERRIDGE

Andy Hawkins captured this image of a butterfly at his allotment.

Andy Hawkins captured this image of a butterfly at his allotment. - Credit: ANDY HAWKINS

This is Esther Spicer's dog Bernardo in a cow field in Eaton Socon.

This is Esther Spicer's dog Bernardo in a cow field in Eaton Socon. - Credit: ESTHER SPICER

Sandra Newman took this photo of a bee and a butterfly at Madingley Hall.

Sandra Newman took this photo of a bee and a butterfly at Madingley Hall. - Credit: SANDRA NEWMAN

Peter Walter took his photo at Buckden Marina.

Peter Walter took his photo at Buckden Marina. - Credit: PETER WALTER

Peter Smith, from St Ives, sent us his close-up photo of a bee.

Peter Smith, from St Ives, sent us his close-up photo of a bee. - Credit: PSTER SMITH

Denis Munday sent us this pic for Readers' Photos.

Denis Munday sent us this pic for Readers' Photos. - Credit: DENISE MUNDAY

Denise Munday captured a bee on a sunflower.

Denise Munday captured a bee on a sunflower. - Credit: DENISE MUNDAY

Gerry Brown got up close and personal with an ostrich at Johnsons of Old Hurst.

Gerry Brown got up close and personal with an ostrich at Johnsons of Old Hurst. - Credit: GERRY BROWN

Jonathan Marshall took this photo of the harvest in action at Woodwalton.

Jonathan Marshall took this photo of the harvest in action at Woodwalton. - Credit: WOODWALTON

Peter Hagger took this image at Hammerton Zoo.

Peter Hagger took this image at Hammerton Zoo. - Credit: PETER HAGGER












































































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