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We have had so many great entries for our ‘Isolation Antics’ competition, some of which we wanted to share with you...

We asked for amusing, unusual or just gloriously normal – and we got them all!  Beautiful walks, stunning countryside shots and great pictures that capture the essence of being at home during these unusual times. 

Rosemary’s garden is a triumph, with its buxus balls and clipped triangles and not a weed in sight. This photo would look lovely in one of our Cock Pheasant Photo Frames. 

Who could resist this little rascal who is apparently already spending quite a lot of time on the naughty step for chewing through the washing machine hose. Our White Pheasant Photo Frame would show off this ball of black fluff perfectly.

Bert loves being taught tricks. This is him doing a horsey high five – clever boy. A surround of peacock feathers would show off his brilliance and that lovely blue sky.

We LOVE this utterly tempting picture of home-made scones accompanied by some delicious looking pink bubbly. What a marvellous combination and an image of lock down we would certainly like in our memory box. 

Your delightful children have also charmed our team. It is never too early to develop green fingers as shown by these budding gardeners watering and planting bell flowers. 


Here's a great father and son workout (competition?) picture. Keep those squats going boys!

This may be our most surreal photo of a husband on his way to the local shop to get some emergency provisions. We love it and definitely think Fido offers more protection than a mask!

And now some serenity and calm. Something we all need at this time. What wonderful colours...

And finally, a picture to inspire and cheer us all. Just fabulous. Full of energy, enthusiasm and joy. 

Thank you all for sending in your photographs. We have loved receiving them and it is delightful to see that there is still plenty of creativity and fun being had by so many of you.

We look forward to seeing more of Bert and his horsey skills in the future!

Best wishes,

Wingfield Digby