WHEN the government put England into four weeks of lockdown, some felt it was a case of ‘here we go again’.

But the difference this time around was that now the days are shorter and darker, the weather is colder, and it can be easier to curl up in hibernation than go out and explore.

This month we asked our Camera Club members to share their ‘Life in Lockdown 2’ stories in pictures - and a huge variety of stunning photos came flooding in.

From nature walks with (or without) the dog, to distanced visits to loved ones, or looking for the light on a dull day, our members used their creativity to sum up what this period meant to for them.

As we now veer headfirst towards the end of the year, and a little Christmas sparkle edges into our day-to-day routines, we can look back and take a glimpse at Andover’s journey through ‘Lockdown 2’.

Each month, we set our members our camera club a theme, and at the end of that month we then print the best photos in the paper, as well as on our website.

It’s free and easy to join. Simply search ‘Andover Advertiser Camera Club’ on Facebook.

Congratulations to everyone who had their picture printed this month.

December’s theme will be announced on the page soon.