After a long weekend of eating chocolate eggs Camera Club members have taken some great pictures to reflect on last weekend’s Easter festivities.

From pictures taken on the daily walk of cute little lambs to all the food everyone has consumed, the Oxford Mail Camera Club have taken some brilliant snaps for this week’s ‘Easter’ theme.

Frances Higham has taken a fantastic picture of Easter weekend in lockdown. She has sent in a snap of a little girl staring out the window surrounded by Easter decorations.

Plenty of food related snaps were sent this week, Lesley Adams sent in a picture of her hot cross buns that she enjoyed eating in her garden.

Ian Marriot got creative and took a picture of a golden egg oozing with yolk.

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The little people are back, and Louise Hook sent in another funny food related picture of her little people clearing up after a weekend of chocolate egg eating.

Ian White was surprised with a delicious delivery from a local company of cream tea for two sent to him by his daughter Hayley and son Jake.

Becca Collacott sent in a picture of her in her nurse’s uniform holding an Easter egg, a gift to say thank you for her hard work.

Gorden Craig and Elaine Lanighan both sent in picturesque snaps of churches for a more traditional picture on Easter.

Camera Club have sent in a range of wildlife pictures from the daily walk.

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Duncan Becker and Roy Pyniger have taken pictures of the Easter bunny and Gordon Craig has also sent in a snap of a very cute Easter lamb.

Baby goslings go for an Easter weekend walk with the family in Andrew Holt’s capture on his walk.

Julie Holt on the other hand did not spot a real lamb but she did spot this rare cuddly toy lamb in her garden.

The winner of this week’s ‘Easter’ theme will be announced in tomorrow’s paper.

The theme for next week’s Oxford Mail Camera Club competition is ‘Views from your window’.

Post your entries to the Oxford Mail Camera Club Facebook page to be in with the chance of winning a prize.

Happy snapping.