A fascinating collection of photographs offers a glimpse into the everyday lives of people in a Kent market town.
Faversham residents were invited to share pictures throughout a Covid-hit 2021 to form part of an exhibition showcasing the town and those who live there.
And interest in the project - called 'A year in the life of Faversham' - was extraordinary, with 2,357 photos submitted.
Many of the images reflect the sobering effect of the pandemic, such as friends enjoying an outdoor gathering, a resident receiving a home shopping delivery, and a teenage boy enduring home-schooling on his laptop.
Others showcase the natural beauty of the town, featuring postcard scenes such as Faversham Creek and Oare Marshes Nature Reserve.
The photographs have since been whittled down to 365, which will go on display in the town this spring.
A special book containing every picture will also be released.
The initiative was led by independent arts organisation Kent Creative and was the 10th edition of its Project 365 series, and the fifth in Faversham.
Project producer Nathalie Banaigs said: "This is a portrait of Faversham, one with creativity and personality, where a community came together to express what their town means to them.
"The photographs in this project are a testimony since they describe Faversham during a cultural, health, economic, financial, social and political crisis.
"Photography is a means of expression, documentation and communication.
"I feel it was very important to record this special year for posterity."
Among those who submitted photographs was Trevor Fentiman, who said: "Being born in Faversham and having worked in the area, I have a love for the town.
"To take part in this idea was a good challenge, plus it was nice sharing not only the images but my enjoyment of being part of something special.
"After Covid it made me get out in the open, which had so many benefits to my health and self-esteem, making me get out and about when it was hard to get motivated."
Another participant, Anna Jameson, added: "I have lived in Faversham all my life and love this town.
"I am not particularly artistic but like the idea of being part of something creative.
"I also like the fact that I have been involved in recording a year of days, events, and the changing of seasons in and around Faversham."
The exhibition of the photos will take place from May 21 to May 24 at the Assembly Rooms in Preston Street.