Tin collections, kingfishers and bugs are just some of the hobbies photographers snapped this week.

The winner will be revealed tomorrow.

Next week's competition theme is ‘Guess the object’.

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See the snaps: 

Oxford Mail: Art by Shez McKechnieArt by Shez McKechnie

Oxford Mail: Bug hunt by Simon GannonBug hunt by Simon Gannon

Oxford Mail: Dog sports photographs by Ness LingDog sports photographs by Ness Ling

Oxford Mail: Embroidery by Shez McKechnieEmbroidery by Shez McKechnie

Oxford Mail: Family history by Angela ThomasFamily history by Angela Thomas

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Oxford Mail: Grasstrack at Dalton Barracks by Melissa StandbridgeGrasstrack at Dalton Barracks by Melissa Standbridge

Oxford Mail: Great shot by Summer UnderhillGreat shot by Summer Underhill

Oxford Mail: Kite by Derek BirdKite by Derek Bird

Oxford Mail: Model Railway by Brian DanielsModel Railway by Brian Daniels

Oxford Mail: Motorcycling in Wantage Market PlaceMotorcycling in Wantage Market Place

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Oxford Mail: Painting by Sophie BonnefoiPainting by Sophie Bonnefoi

Oxford Mail: Music by Sophie BonnefoiMusic by Sophie Bonnefoi

Oxford Mail: Capturing Pale Tussock moths by David FearneyhoughCapturing Pale Tussock moths by David Fearneyhough

Oxford Mail: Spotting Kingfishers by Louise HookSpotting Kingfishers by Louise Hook

Oxford Mail: Tin collection by Wendy MeagherTin collection by Wendy Meagher

Oxford Mail: Wildlife photography by Karen StrapleyWildlife photography by Karen Strapley

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This story was written by Rebecca Whittaker, she joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

Rebecca covers education and news in Abingdon and Wantage.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Rebecca.Whittaker@newquest.co.uk or calling 07824524333

Follow her on Twitter @RebecWhitt

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