Video report by ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer
A collection of photographs depicting life in lockdown in East Anglia is being preserved in a special archive.
Historic England asked members of the public to send in images that documented their experience of lockdown at the end of April and early May.
In total, nearly 3,000 people nationwide responded to the week-long appeal, and organisers have now selected the best 200 pictures.
These images have been added to the Picturing Lockdown Collection, which can beaccessed free online.
It's hoped the photographs will help give future generations an idea of what life was like in lockdown.
Historic England said it was first time the public had been asked to capture photographs for the archive since World War Two.
Ten contemporary artists, including Southend artist 'Scottee', also entered their pictures.
A picture gallery of the best images