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Help pick a winner with our Snapshot Kent lockdown photographic challenge

During the coronavirus outbreak, we have all had to find new ways to connect, have fun and keep active - and we asked you to help us record it, with our photo competition, Snapshot Kent.

And you responded by sending us your pictures of what you were doing at home, from baking to painting and dance routines to clapping for carers.


We wanted Snapshot Kent to be a record of local life during the pandemic, creating an online gallery and in our newspapers too; a chance for us all - and future generations - to see how the people of Kent got through such extraordinary times.

Now that lockdown is beginning to be eased, it's time to pick a winner - and they get a £50 prize.

Many pictures had stories with them of your experiences, and some turned into stories of their own. Some were of beautiful landscapes, others were families getting along - or missing other family members. They all brought joy to others, and it was very hard to whittle down the entries to a shortlist of just 15.

You can find them here in this picture gallery, and they are all numbered.

To vote for your favourite, and who could potentially win the prize, just vote for yours here in this poll:

Voting ends on Sunday evening, June 7, at midnight.

For things to do during the current restrictions click here.

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