13 fantastic pictures taken by Sunderland Echo readers during coronavirus lockdown

Despite the UK’s lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, many of you have still been able to enjoy the great outdoors during the last few weeks, thanks to a spell of warm and sunny weather.

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Anna Maven sent in this photo of Monica, aged six, enjoying the view from Tunstall Hill.

Over the weekend we asked you, the Sunderland Echo readers, to share your favourite picture you've taken in the great outdoors during lockdown. Many of you responded with some wonderful photos on our Facebook page. Scroll down and flick through our picture gallery to see some of our favourites.

Alison Else shared this picture after a morning walk along the coast.
Raj Sulo sent in this photo from the top of Penshaw Monument overlooking Herrington Country Park.

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Paul Dickinson posted this picture of Penshaw Monument.
Keith Mullen posted: Being able to walk daily after spending nearly three months walking with a stick due to a serious attack of gout just before and after Christmas.
Anna Maven sent in this photo of Monica, aged six, enjoying the view from Tunstall Hill.
Lady Shields shared this picture from Wearmouth Bridge.
Lindsey Duncan took this photo on Roker beach one Saturday morning.
Justin Swinhoe sent in this graffiti photo.
Maria Horner shared this photo of her view from the cliff tops.
Samantha Marshall posted this photo of a squirrel eating its food.
Billy Moore shared this picture of Penshaw Monument from afar.
Katie Wilson took this photo while walking along the coast.
Jonathan Huntley posted this picture from his walk along the coast.