The Lincolnshire Echo's photographers have captured many memorable moments in 2013.
During December, we're featuring some of their outstanding work which reflected life in the county.
Each day from now until December 13, we'll feature a different month.
Naturally, we're beginning in January - a month which saw guitarists, Olympians, barbers and even Hollywood actors grace the Echo's pages.
Oliver MacDonald and Jessica Dimaro enjoy the ice rink on City Square
These swans were photographed on the Brayford, in Lincoln
The annuel Middle Rasen duck race took place on New Year's Day between Rase Bridge and Church Street Bridge
Barber Frank Connell celebrated 50 years in the industry by inviting some of his regulars to the shop to celebrate, including his oldest client - 101-year-old Harold Bond.
Children enjoyed a morning of winter-themed craft activities called Snow and Sparkles at Nettleham Library. Pictured with their snow globes are Ben Wilson, 5, and Millie Wilson, 8
Geoff Capes opened a new community gym in Billingborough
Members of St Peter and St Paul Church in Cherry Willingham knitted vests for new born children in Uganda. From left is Penny Green, Sue Bradley, Jane Jordan, Anta Callaway, Sandra Gardner, Christine Myers and Ann Towse
The Penfold Players performed the panto Aladdin and his Magic Lamp. Maisie McMahon, 12, was the Spirit of the Ring and Nigel Kent as Abanazar
Actor John Hurt became a University of Lincoln Honorary Doctorate of Arts at Lincoln Cathedral
Ayla Gezmis, from Skellingthorpe, passed her grade 8 exam in Rock guitar at the age of 10, after only around two years of playing the instrument
The fourth Relay for Life Lincoln was held at William Farr School in Welton. Pictured are some of the people taking part in the event, training