Your pictures on the theme of 'cargo'
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "cargo".
Martin Pilkington: "Local labourers taking the opportunity to pile up fencing panels on the roof of a local bus in Inwa, Myanmar. Buses are mixed use all over South East Asia."
Simon Cooper: "Moving cargo can be hard physical work. This is Dajabon market on the Dominican/Haitian border."
Alexey Veraksa: "From UPS, with love" - I saw this UPS driver unloading his truck while I was on an evening stroll in San Francisco, California. I noticed that the neatly-packed boxes on his cart formed a heart."
Joanne Ditcham: "The bikes, their riders and the crazy cargo configurations we saw on a daily basis in the city of Ho Chi Minh are firmly fixed in our memories."
Jason Shrubb: "Southampton - cargo hub of the south."
Jim Gritton: "Cargo delivered, time for rest."
Lucy Beaurin: "Loading essential supplies at Port Kelang en route for China."
Simon Bigg: "A car transporter on the Yangtze River near Chongqing in China. You can have any colour you like as long as it's white."
David Robinson: "Local transport in a rural village in Transylvania."
Helen Jackson: "Crossing the Tsiribihina River in western Madagascar, floating rafts can take around five vehicles on the 90-minute journey."
Liz Boakes: "Produce is rowed ashore to supply local markets. Meanwhile, an enormous container ship looms in the background. A portent for the near future, or will the traditional methods survive? Stone Town, old Zanzibar."
Jim McVeigh: "Bags in Fort Lauderdale waiting to be loaded on to a cruise ship heading for the Panama Canal. For the record, only four of those were ours."
Bridget Perkin photographed this fishing lodge being towed to its summer location in Vancouver.
Detlef H. Kleffmann
And finally Detlef H. Kleffmann took a picture of a crab hitching a ride on an iguana in the Galapagos. The next theme is "amazing adventure" and the deadline for entries is 9 July, 2019. Send 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.