Your pictures: Numbers
- 19 September 2013
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme of numbers.
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "numbers" and we begin with this photograph sent in by Roberto Pestarino taken near Volterra in Italy.
Joanna Thomas: "On holiday in Iceland over the summer, I took this shot of the Plimsoll line on one of the huge trawlers in Reykjavik harbour."
Caroline Shaw: "The numbers of hours I spend a day trying to get my three children to eat. This is my daughter yesterday evening after one hour at the table having still not consumed a single piece of pasta."
Jenny Downing: "The mathematical beauty of Fibonacci spirals in a dandelion seed-head."
Samina Farooq: "Puzzles and riddles."
Ian Wylie: "Steam engine 4464 Bittern about to haul The Ebor Streak out of London King's Cross station at the start of a historic high speed East Coast Main Line run to York, paying homage to Mallard's world steam speed record set in July 1938. A recorded top speed of 92.8mph was announced on board the modern day trip."
Lauren Saggers: "Half a dozen eggs for a beautiful breakfast cooked one morning of a rainy getaway to Porthgwarra, Cornwall."
Katherine Terech: "I'm a library technician at a law library in Toronto, Ontario. Numbers to me are the call numbers of books or the dates of all the law publications from the books we receive."
Rakesh Chandode: "Numbers on different shapes of dice."
Aimée van Roekel
Aimee van Roekel: "My son flying in the water after the other kids had left."
Parijat Bhattacharjee: "Numbers can mean so many things. Finally, I decided to photograph my mother as she worked through the sudoku this morning - a popular numbers game."
And finally, a photograph by Graham Baker. The next theme is "upside down" and the deadline for your entries is 24 September. 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.