Picture the scene...
...then photograph it and send it to us for our new Facebook feature
WE are all agreed that Buckinghamshire is a beautiful county.
There are picturesque towns and villages, an abundance of wildlife and, of course, the rolling hills of the Chilterns.
We thought we should celebrate the county’s beauty with a new series of photographs on our Facebook page entitled Views of Buckinghamshire.
Every morning and evening we are posting a stunning photograph taken in Buckinghamshire and submitted by you, our readers.
Take a look at the lovely scenes – and marvel at the talented photographers we have in our midst – on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/getbuckinghamshire/.
We hope they will bring a smile to your face.
Anyone can submit a photograph. Either email it to email@example.com or debby. firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a direct message on Facebook.
Alternatively, photographs can be posted in our Flickr group at www. flickr.com/groups /2754136@N25/.
You can even post them to Debby Thompson, Buckinghamshire Advertiser/Examiner, Stoke Mill, Woking Road, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1QA.
Getting out and about with a camera is great fun but if you need a little inspiration, our friends at Amersham Studio and Training Centre in Amersham can help.
The studio is launching family photographic walks with expert tuition from award-winning photographer Andrew Scriven.
The walks will take about two and a half hours and will follow routes through the Chiltern Hills around the town.
Mr Scriven said: “I live in and love Amersham. I love the paths that branch out in every direction connecting the town to the rolling hills that surround it.
“I will set you and your family five challenges at designated points along the way, each designed to hone your photography skills. I will be helping of course.”
The walks cost between £10 and £25 and further information is available at www.amershamstudios.com/family-photo-walk/.
And feel free to share the beautiful images you shoot with us afterwards.
What a picture: Clockwise from top, Andrew Scriven’s stunning image of bluebell woods; Mervyn Chilton’s beautifully captured kingfishers and a lovely photograph of Lacey Green windmill from Dawn Newton