Your pictures: Autumn
Readers' photographs on the theme of autumn.
Eva R Lima
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "autumn", and we begin with this photograph by Eva R Lima taken during a walk in the forest in northern Germany.
Daria Mostowa: "This picture was taken in Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Autumn activities offered in the park include hiking, running, wildlife watching, inline skating and biking."
Aurelie Four: "The four-legged members of the UK Corgi Club meet just outside Windsor Castle. Sadly the castle was hiding in the thick fog but a lot of fun was had."
Will Snow: "This squirrel takes a brief pause from getting some nuts."
George Olney: "Autumn here in the high desert of Mexico means I rake up the falling flowers from my Tulipan tree, instead of leaves in my garden."
David A'Hara: "The elephants of Glasgow emerge from the autumn fog, a very random sculpture in a city park."
Chris Whittier: "Autumn here in the NE USA means foliage, pumpkins, and apples."
Kate Bronner: "Crimson autumn leaves on the pavement - the contrast with the grey caught my eye."
Alex McSorley: "I took this colourful photo of Leaderfoot Viaduct in all its glory in Melrose [in the Scottish Borders]. The autumn colours are receding but not here at the viaduct."
KC Speicher: "I saw the mist when I looked out of the window and thought this was too good an opportunity to miss. I headed to Highbury Fields [in London] with my camera and took many photographs of trees looming in the mist, fallen leaves, the grass with dew on it, but this image with the runner almost blending into the autumnal colours was my favourite."
Annie Walker: "I took this image of a leaf on an artificial grass doormat in a building in Goteborg, Sweden, while visiting a friend. I found the contrast humorous."
And finally, a photograph by Sidonie Hartridge-Lambert. The next theme is "bonfire night", and the deadline for your entries is 10 November. 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 or go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/inpictures and look for Share your photo.