Your pictures: Dance
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "dance".
Richard Follett: "A group of boys in the Baho Neza Mwana village for street children. This was set up by the UK charity Rwanda Aid and houses 21 boys per night, as well as feeding up to 50 each day. The boys were performing an impromptu welcome dance for a group of UK volunteer teachers."
Robby Bernstein took this image at a street festival in Toronto, Canada: "There was music, dancing in the street and a lot of spontaneous energy. "
Francis Quasie: "This dancing group from South Africa was participating at the Ghana Carnival Celebration. They were dancing their country's cultural dance."
Nicky Kelleher: "This photo is one of a group that I took under the title, Dance like no-one is watching, for a college project. It proves that, no matter where you are, you can dance."
Mark Prescott: "After the production - the tutus from the corps de ballet have been hand-washed and are now drip-drying."
Polina Schapova: "This dude took to the floor in front of the stage at the Outta Nowhere hip hop festival and blew everyone away. Hip hop is a relatively new phenomenon in India, and this festival was in its first year then, and was all all about promoting Indian hip hop, with many rappers performing their tracks in various different local Indian languages, much to the crowd’s delight."
Stuart Wright: "The roaring 40s at Croft Nostalgia weekend near Darlington."
Lili Chen took her dance picture at a studio in Shanghai.
Billy Barnett: "A flamenco group were performing in a 15th Century house in Seville in Spain. I took this one as she demonstrated the speed with which they could move their feet."
Dasa Wharton: "Ballerinas of the Czech national theatre."
And, finally, a picture taken in Singapore by Abrar Mohsin. The next theme is "high-rise" and the deadline for your entries is 27 September. 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 to "We set the theme; you take the pictures" at the bottom of the page.