As social-distancing measures transformed activities we all once took for granted including how we work, socialise and raise our children, we called on you to share snaps that document these extraordinary times. Scroll down now to see who were our winners!
Thanks so much to everyone who took part!
Full T&Cs here. Please note entrants in the under 18s category, will need to submit their entry with written parental permission.
Deborah Linton regularly appears in The Guardian and has written for The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Grazia and The Huffington Post. She said: “The coronavirus outbreak has had a huge effect on ways of life across up and down the country, in countless different ways.
“It is the role of storytellers to document what these changes looked and felt like so we can share in one another’s experiences.”
National newspaper photographer Mark Waugh added: “My career has been built on a very simple formula: that the most captivating stories are the ones that unite photos with words., and there’s no bigger story in our lifetime than the Coronavirus outbreak.
“Photos are incredibly powerful storytelling tools. As they say – a picture is worth 1,000 words.”
8TH JUNE: COMPETITION OPENS
20TH JULY: CLOSING DATE
6TH AUGUST: TOP 25 OPEN TO PUBLIC VOTE
24TH AUGUST: PUBLIC VOTE CLOSES, FINAL JUDGING
8TH SEPTEMBER: WINNERS ANNOUNCED