Your pictures: Different angle
- 3 April 2014
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme of "different angle".
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "different angle" and we begin with this picture by Paula Watts of a spider's web covered in dew in the sunlight.
Michael Ayling: "Perspective Convergence. The lines on the Helsinki Metro escalator reminded me of school drawing lessons, set-squares and angles."
Emily Ward: "Trip to India looking down at the elephants, that from one angle provide a tourist attraction, yet from another are a focus for international animal protection groups."
Nicola Bleach: "While travelling in New Zealand we came across this mirror box in a Christchurch gallery, which made for some discombobulating photographs."
Jenny Downing: " A fast-asleep, dew-drenched butterfly spotted early one morning suspended beneath a daisy."
Stephen Smith: "Ceiling lamps from a different angle."
Eduardo Diaz: "It has been a hard winter in the US so one day I was playing with the camera and thought of this as a way to shoot my grandchild's pencils... I call it Zippity Do Da!"
Isobel Priest: "A moth on the notes."
Ben Rudge: "Who would have thought this is what you see when you look straight up in the Temperate House on a sunny late summer afternoon in Kew Gardens. And why has that one only got one leg?"
Kimberly Case: "Seaside bench in southern Portugal."
David Simmonds: "Feeling trapped?"
James Stevens: "Reflection near Lake Windermere. I took this just as the sun was starting to go down. The sheep was standing near a puddle from the heavy rain which allowed me to capture the image as if it looks like it's upside down - a different angle. I had to wade through the muddy field to get this shot but I am pleased with the result."
Clare Fenton: "On holiday with two fellow psychiatrists in the Lake District. We were there to swim lake Windermere to raise money for the charity Mind. The day before we discovered this little museum called the Puzzling Place which had many optical illusions. The picture shows myself being terrorised by a giant Sarah."
Paul Biggins: "My daughter, Emma, demonstrating that those karate lessons hadn't been time wasted."
Amer Chowdhury: "Sometimes a different angle can shed light on the extraordinary. These two were caught having a duel in my garden and I couldn't resist capturing the moment from their perspective."
And finally, a photograph of an upturned car by Daniel Furon entitled, Nobody hurt. The next theme is "growth" and the deadline for your entries is 8 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.