29 March 2012
Last updated at 10:21
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is France and we begin with a photo from Rizwan Nagrial: "My wife enjoying the view of the Eiffel Tower on a beautiful spring day in Paris."
Philip Willmott: "A panoramic view of Gordes, a hill town in the Vaucluse commune, Provence."
Nick Sydney-Smith: "My father's mid life crisis car... 0-60mph impossible."
Emma Brealey: "Escargots, and to quote Marmite: 'You either love them or you hate them.'"
Marion Vasquez: "A busker playing the piano on the banks of the River Seine."
Frances Burrage: "A lovely courtyard off of a small street in Sarlat, capital of the Perigord Noir, taken last summer while on a camping trip."
Nigel Cooper: "The Millau Bridge. The most beautiful bridge in the world."
Atanu Chakraborty: "People sunbathing under blue umbrellas and the blue sky in Nice, France."
Ju Barnecutt: "This town is built on the edge of a gorge above the River Dordoyne and attracts pilgrims for its sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary. I was amazed at the structural engineering when I found it on my tour of France a couple of years ago."
Geraldine Munn-Mace: "This is a photo of my friend and I enjoying a bike ride in the beautiful city of Toulouse, France. I bought a bike whilst on my year abroad there, and when he came to visit - we just had to share."
Tracey Malone: "These amazing macaroons were bought in Chamonix for a New Year's Eve treat. Almost too good to eat!"
Tracy Pearce: "View of the early morning queues underneath the Eiffel Tower."
And finally a shot by Jack Roth taken in the in the 15th arrondissement, Paris. Next week the theme is wood and the deadline for your entries is 3 April. 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 below this gallery.