12 June 2013
Last updated at 12:02 ET
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "chairs", and we begin with this photograph taken by Jason Shrubb of a giant deckchair on Bournemouth beach.
Hugo Talbot: "I found a spare moment between games to take this shot whilst umpiring a tennis match on some beautifully maintained clay courts in the centre of Krakow[, Poland]."
Mark Cross: "Awaiting a golden sunset at Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, in Australia."
Davey Brett: "Myself and a friend always go for 02:00 walks around London's Southbank in search of interesting pictures. In this instance we came across this solitary chair in a ground-floor window of the Tate Modern [art gallery]."
Linnea Read Boyev: "Some miniature folding chairs in my garden, being enjoyed by a fashionable female soldier on a lovely day here in Chicago[, US]."
Mair Dyer photographed the legs of some 40/4 stacking chairs, designed by David Rowland.
Sarah Walker: "Rent a chair in Scarborough."
Lisa Edwards: "Chairs for sale: A street vendor waits to sell wicker chairs from his cart in Shanghai[, China]."
Harry Millar: "This makes me think of those spring mornings when you start to notice that the sun is up before you are, and then you know that the worst of winter is over and soon it will be summer again."
Andrew Anderson: "The results of a fly-tipped chair that has been left in the woods for some time."
Jerry Clack: "Orange stacking chairs on grass at Stanborough park, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire."
Roxann Graber: "This photograph was taken on our farm in Kansas[, US]. That is a cherry tree and I'm glad I took this, the chair is still there, but the tree is gone."
Steve Saunders: "These are my friends sitting on some interesting chairs at the fabulous Trickeye museum in Seoul, [South Korea]. We all had a great laugh there!"
And finally... a photograph by Daniel Furon. The next theme is "flight" and the deadline for your entries is 18 June. 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.