27 July 2012
Last updated at 17:53
Seventy days ago, the Olympic flame travelled from Greece to the UK to embark on the torch relay. On day one Su Robertson sent us this photo of a set of torches packed together in a bus carrying torchbearers, in Rosudgeon, near Penzance. "I got really close to bus number four in my wheelchair," she says.
Day seven and thousands of people brought towns to a standstill to welcome the Olympic flame to Wales. David Owen took this shot of torchbearer George Ryley carrying the flame through Abergavenny on 25 May.
Samaya Borthwick caught this Olympic kiss in Loanhead as the torch passed through Scotland on the 27th day of the relay.
Matt Dalton caught the dramatic moment adventurer Bear Grylls leaped onto a zip wire, while carrying the Olympic torch on day 28 in Newcastle.
David Finch captured this image of poppies falling from the sky as the flame, carried by war hero Cpl Johnson Beharry on day 43 of the relay, visited the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
Peter Wootton captured this dramatic moment as the torch travelled through the Lea Valley on day 50. Unfortunately the water extinguished the flame while it was carried on the raft.
Rebecca Clarke was at Stonehenge in Wiltshire on day 55 for an 05:15 BST start to watch Olympian Michael Johnson carry the torch.
Jade Greenbrooke caught the mood on day 61 as the Olympic torch was carried down Beaver Road in Ashford, Kent.
Ade Adepitan carries the Olympic Torch across London's Millennium Bridge on day 69. Matthew Dingley stood on a metal bench for an hour to capture this shot.
Tony 'TK' Smith sent us this photo of the torch in Camberwell with the two torchbearers grinning as they passed the flame on during a remarkably sunny day.
Hazel Simpson took this picture of Sir Bruce Forsyth at the BBC's Media Village at White City in London. Sir Bruce was waiting to receive the Olympic flame at the site of the 1908 marathon finishing line.
Crowds, including photographer Krissie West, gathered to watch the flame embark on the final leg of its journey, with the cauldron on the royal barge Gloriana being lit by four-time Olympic rowing gold medallist Matthew Pinsent.
Alex Groundwater captured this shot of the Olympic flame as it finished its journey down the River Thames, on the last day of its 8,000 mile, 70-day journey round the UK.