Your pictures on the theme of 'straight lines'
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "straight lines".
Jenny Downing: "Stones wedged in a storm drain."
Tommy Lee and Liz Lewis
Tommy Lee and Liz Lewis: "Diagonal and vertical found on the boardwalk in Thessaloniki."
Phil Couvrette: "Fresh tracks in the snow as a pack of trained dogs leads the way."
Jennifer Burton: "The sunset caught through the window of a farmhouse cottage in East Sussex on a family holiday in August."
Caroline Murphy: "Cars soaring skyward at the Porsche Museum outside Stuttgart in Germany."
Jason Shrubb: "Rail Week 2019 kicked off with an open day at Siemens traincare depot, Southampton."
Jenny Marks: "I took this snap very quickly so that my phone didn’t get wet. I like the contrast of the straight lines in the “concrete” pear orchard with the arc of the rainbow."
Susan Russo Gelbart
Susan Russo Gelbart: "Among many other things at Albuquerque's annual International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico, USA, is all the colourful geometry. Stunning."
Dave Smith: "Walking in the transfer tunnel at Frankfurt International Airport. I didn’t have much time but stopped anyway, took a camera out of my carry-on bag and captured this unusual scene. So happy that I took the time."
Alex Ashby: "This photo was taken on the top floor of a parking complex in Leeds last year. I saw the zebra crossing below and thought it might be interesting to get a birds'-eye view of someone walking across it. I stood and waited 15 minutes to get a decent shot."
Clare Melton: "My little boy peeking through the bars at a play area."
Andrew Tolputt: "This is the Rockefeller Center, Manhattan, standing bold against the night sky."
Denise Livingston: "Escalators at Newfields Indianapolis Museum of Art."
And finally, Ron Singh sent in this picture of telephone lines. The next theme is "street art" and the deadline for entries is 8 October 2019. Send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the link to "Upload your pictures here" below. 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.