ALTHOUGH it feels like a lot longer, it has now been 100 days since the coronavirus lockdown was introduced in our communities.

This meant putting an end to visiting our vulnerable relatives, the closure of our favourite shops and pubs and only leaving the house once a day for daily exercise.

To mark the occasion, the Guardian asked you what picture on your camera roll best sums up the past 100 days for you.

And you responded with some fantastic family pictures, creative DIY creations and the tearful moments when you were reunited with family.

Here are just some of our favourites.

Terri Starkey: A picture from our ‘would-be’ wedding day on June 16. Instead of Paphos, we had a picnic at Mersey View, walked our dog over in Macclesfield, received video messages from our guests and had socially distanced drinks with our lovely neighbours. We’re hoping for a happy ending on our new wedding date in November.

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Amanda Nolan: My boys have really bonded during lockdown. It has been tough at times but looking back, it has been great for our family to just slow down for a while.

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Dawn Wrench: It has to be the amazing bar built by my daughters. They worked so hard on it and it is a lovely hang out area. Thanks Kayla and Courtney.

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Louise Roberts: Our first venture out after four weeks of lockdown. My daughter was so happy to be out again and socially distanced in the buttercups.

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Gillian Morris: These little beauties have helped me and their dad all the way through.

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Rebecca Jane Collins: Finally getting to hug my nieces Faith and Grace wearing a hug suit last week on Grace’s 8th birthday. It was so emotional and amazing.

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Laura McGarrigle: The lovely photos here have made me smile. Unfortunately, this will be my memory of lockdown.

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Hayley Gaylard-Rees: Clapping for carers at 8pm every Thursday night was the only routine we had for a while.

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Rachael Weedall: The first hug with my nan after her joining our bubble. The tears flowed like raindrops.

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Sally Clarke: Hugs through a sealed plastic door curtain for grandma’s birthday.

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Ryan Hickson: Running round the estate as a T-Rex with a lightsaber was a highlight.

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Sarah Barton: This completely sums up our lockdown. Every day spent together and going on plenty of walks through the beautiful county side we are lucky enough to have right on our doorstep.

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