Your pictures: Hidden
- 4 October 2012
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme hidden.
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is "hidden" and we begin with an image taken by Nicola Coady of her rescue dog Scruffy hiding on the sofa.
Maddy Sims: "My daughter hiding. I should probably mention that the bag was paper!"
Tacia Carlin: "Little guys looking for shelter in hidden places."
Lev Tobias: "The trail ahead to Skiddaw in the Lake District is hidden by fog. As soon as we crossed over the first ridge, we were in the clouds and had to turn back as soon as we reached the summit because the visibility dropped to about 3ft [0.9m]."
Sophie Hale: "My son's head on a plate, or is it just an illusion?"
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Cliff Simone Velasco: "When I read about the theme for this week, I instantly thought about this photo I took using my phone camera. The morning sunshine revealed a Butiki, or house gecko, hiding behind our kitchen curtain. I like how its webbed tip digits are outlined against the orange fabric."
Kristina DeYong: "Wondering where her bone has disappeared to, my dog, Ginger, looks expectantly at my mother."
Niomi Abeywardena: "The hidden checker-board pattern in this cake is only revealed when the first slice is cut."
Sampath Bogavilli: "On a dazzling evening, I was walking around Glasgow taking some photographs and found this street under the central station, next to a hidden street door."
Neil Petersen: "A robin hiding in the trees in the village of Collier Street, in Kent, on the last day of September."
Dasa Wharton: "A photo of my daughter looking out of the window."
And finally a photo by Lauren Brown. Next week the theme is "Kenya", and the deadline for your entries is 9 October. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.