Your amazing lockdown garden photos

Daisy Heary, five, camping in the garden with mum, big sister Lilly and big brother Frank. Picture:

Daisy Heary, five, camping in the garden with mum, big sister Lilly and big brother Frank. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

Photographers have been capturing the beauty of nature and the excitement of Easter from the comfort of their own home.

A blue tit living in a bird box in a garden in Costessey. Picture: Jeremy @Jem8472 on Twitter

A blue tit living in a bird box in a garden in Costessey. Picture: Jeremy @Jem8472 on Twitter - Credit: Archant

Scores of pictures have been sent in from across Norfolk as the county stays in this bank holiday due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Birds, butterflies and ladybirds as well as Easter activities are among the many shots that have been sent in by readers.

An orange tip butterfly in the garden. Picture: Susan Bignell

An orange tip butterfly in the garden. Picture: Susan Bignell - Credit: Archant

Among those making the most of the sun in their back garden were the Heardy family, with mum Tsveta sending in shots of her daughter Daisy, five, camping in the garden with siblings Lilly and Frank and making Easter bonnets.

Olly Burton sent in a photo of his children Henry, five, and three-year-old George chatting to their friend across the road from under the garden fence in Scarning.

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins - Credit: Archant

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Youngster Juliet Bale came close to nature with a well-timed photograph from dad Adrian as a butterfly landed on her forehead.

An orange tip butterfly in the garden. Picture: Susan Bignell

An orange tip butterfly in the garden. Picture: Susan Bignell - Credit: Archant

Many emergency services and the government have continued to urge people to remain at home for the bank holiday to stop the spread of the virus as 9,785 people have now died in the UK.

Juliet Bale, getting close to nautre when a butterfly land on her forehead. Picture: Adrian Bale

Juliet Bale, getting close to nautre when a butterfly land on her forehead. Picture: Adrian Bale - Credit: Archant

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins - Credit: Archant

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins

Garden birds whilst staying at home. Picture: Jon Tompkins - Credit: Archant

Daisy 5 camping in the garden with mum, big sister Lilly and big brother Frank. Picture: Tsveta Hear

Daisy 5 camping in the garden with mum, big sister Lilly and big brother Frank. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

The Easter eggs made by the family. Picture: Tsveta Heary

The Easter eggs made by the family. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

Siblings Lily and Daisy making Easter grafts. Picture: Tsveta Heary

Siblings Lily and Daisy making Easter grafts. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

Daisy Heary getting into the Easter spirit. Picture: Tsveta Heary

Daisy Heary getting into the Easter spirit. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

Lilly Heary with her Easter hat. Picture: Tsveta Heary

Lilly Heary with her Easter hat. Picture: Tsveta Heary - Credit: Archant

Henry (5) and George (3) chatting to their friend across the road from under the garden fence in Sca

Henry (5) and George (3) chatting to their friend across the road from under the garden fence in Scarning. Picture: Olly Burton - Credit: Archant

Faye LeBon captured pictures of ladybirds in her garden. Picture: Faye LeBon

Faye LeBon captured pictures of ladybirds in her garden. Picture: Faye LeBon - Credit: Archant

Faye LeBon captured pictures of ladybirds in her garden. Picture: Faye LeBon

Faye LeBon captured pictures of ladybirds in her garden. Picture: Faye LeBon - Credit: Archant

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