4 April 2013
Last updated at 10:42
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "early morning", and we begin with this image from Phil White taken on New Year's Day by the River Thames in London.
Krishnendu Pramanik: "I took this image from the bank of the Yamuna river, behind the incredible Taj Mahal, one morning during my recent visit to Agra."
Dave Sutcliffe: "A picture I took last week to try to portray an alarm, using a three-minute exposure and changing the focal length each minute. I appreciate 7am may not be early for some, but I am a student after all."
Samantha Woodland: "Morning worship and prayer, gently warmed by the autumn morning sun."
Kerry Stephen Taylor: "It was 9am and these fisherman were slapping the water on Lake Inle in Burma with bamboo poles to stun fish, a time-honoured tradition in this region."
Sarit Saliman: "A spider on its web in the early morning. The best time to photograph macro is in the early morning hours of magic. Shooting with backlight highlights the contours."
Daniel Furon: "A tree sculpture and avenue shot 15 years ago in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. Early morning of the last day of the Burning Man event. The last film in the bag was tungsten."
Elk Arne Clausen: "A new leaf hit by a ray of morning light."
Alf Hodges: "An early morning walk to market with dust kicked up by cows."
Paul Brennan: "Awoken early by our daughter while visiting the Rocky Mountains."
Marco Rodarte-Elias: "Waiting for the first bus on a very cold and foggy February morning."
And finally... a photo by Neale James, entitled Swan Lake. The next theme is "intense" and the deadline for your entries is 9 April. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to email@example.com. Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.