Your pictures: On the edge
- 28 March 2013
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme On the edge.
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, the theme is "on the edge", and we begin with this image from Pauline Morris.
Sue Langford: "This broken branch was hanging onto the edge of one of the plugholes at Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District. The water was high enough to be pouring over the lip into the abyss."
Graeme Gunn: "A dragonfly perching on the edge of a twig. I was lucky to get close enough to take the photo before it flew away."
Edin Tuzlak: "The Special Support Unit Competition in Sarajevo [Bosnia-Hercegovina]."
Alex Robinson: "I had to scour the charity shops to find something large and fragile in case it didn't survive the drop. I built a pit of sofa cushions filled with beanbags and covered it with a sheet. I then had to convince my eight-year-old sister that she was allowed to push it off the table. It survived."
Matthew Turner: "The slow explorer - a snail found exploring a bottle in the less explored depths of my garden."
Deborah Faulkner: "This is my husband 'on the edge'. His calm exterior belies the inner turmoil that comes with being a hard-working father of four young children."
Doris Enders: "This brown pelican finds his balance on the edge of the dock."
Hugo Talbot: "My travelling companion takes a closer look at this monument in Budapest, Hungary. It is to those who fought for freedom during the 1956 revolution and was created in 2006 to commemorate the 50th anniversary."
Kevin Williams: "Known as Red Bluff, just off of SR587 [State Route 587] near Morgantown in Mississippi."
Max Hansmann: "Taken from the top of... Snowdon, [Gwynedd,] Wales."
And finally a photo by Catherine Lewis Tacia Carlin. The next theme is "early morning" and the deadline for your entries is 2 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.