Your pictures: Masks
- 21 November 2013
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme of masks.
Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "masks" and we begin with this photograph taken by Kriszcsa.
Simon Hunt: "My kids like to go rather overboard when it comes to Hallowe'en."
Susan Russo Gelbart
Susan Russo Gelbart: "Having just returned from Mali two days before hosting 25 for Thanksgiving at our home, we didn't have time to properly hang these masks."
Lina Soblyte: "Me and my friends were taking pictures of each other one day and one of them made a pretty convincing Batman portrait, I think."
Ela Fraczkowska: "These photos are self-portraits because I couldn't find anyone to pose for me on Sunday. I had a lot of fun taking them as I managed to stop thinking about work and all the things I had to do."
Tony Richards: "A self-portrait tintype taken using the Victorian wet plate collodion process for the Wet Plate Mask series, an international collaborative photography project."
Mohammad Umar Nawaz
Mohammad Umar Nawaz: "A mask, that everyone else around us can see, but the true version, the true individual, the true you, is that one which the brush must uncover."
Daniel Furon: "Painted mask in a window in San Francisco."
David Bradbury: "Masks made out of bread dough in Venice."
Lucrezia Herman: "I spotted this somewhat macabre 'face' on waste ground in Hull."
Stefanio Grasso: "This reportage deals with the beautiful Venetian masks during the most important carnival in Italy."
And finally, a photograph by Robby Bernstein. The next theme is "tools" and the deadline for your entries is 26 November. 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.