THIS week's spread of photographs from members of The Press Camera Club has got it all: deer amongst the bluebells; swan-style motherly love; the wondrous precision of an Allium flower-head...and a pugnacious young duckling (or should that be gosling?).

There's no particular theme to this week's selection, other than that they all caught our eye. David Pinder managed to make Rowntree Park look luscious and pristine, while Gary Milne captures the geometrical complexities of Selby Railway Station in a lovely shot that recedes like multiple mirror images into the distance.

Our favourite photo of the week has to be Jonathan Allison's young duckling/ gosling, however. Jonathan captioned his photograph 'Are you looking at me?'. He doesn't say where it was taken - but it looks suspiciously as though it could have been York city centre late on a Saturday night...

A couple of the photos are entries in this month's #reflections competition. You still have a few days to submit your images, if you want to be in with a chance of winning £50 and a big canvas print of your picture. So why not get snapping?

Stephen Lewis