Your pictures: Corners
Readers' photographs on the theme of corners.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "corners", and we begin with a picture by Prerna Jain of a snail looking down as it reaches the corner of a window.
Kris Venkiah: "These figures are the ghost people of Savamala, which are seen on the walls in a small district in Belgrade. They portray the local people being pushed out to make way for the new waterfront project proposed. I don't know why both old and new cannot work together and help save some of the original essence of such a vibrant place."
Chris Whittier: "Sol LeWitt's pyramid 'structure', outside the Smithsonian National Gallery of Art, has about as many corners as you'll find in one place."
Edmond Lu: "I'd like to think that compelling images can be found just about anywhere, like this photo I snapped on my cell[phone], of shadows playing off of a corner on the ceiling in my friend's house."
Ben Rutlidge: "I was experimenting with an idea I have seen on the internet many times. My wife says I should not cut corners, this is what I think about corners."
Jenny Downing : "I was on my knees taking an entirely different photo, when this friendly cat slunk his sinuous way round the curve of the wall and proceeded to push his inquisitive nose into my lens."
Joan Tollerton: "My favourite corner."
Philippoteaux Christine: "Photo taken at Futuroscope in Poitiers, France. This building, which symbolises a pile of quartz crystals, presents a considerable number of corners. The restaurant by the lake has a similar structure."
Nando Slivers: " I took this photo of an old post office in an old abandoned gold-mining town called Malakoff, in northern California, not far from Grass Valley. It has been maintained as a historical marker in the area, and most of the building, built decades ago, still stands. The dust has settled in a few places. And as the picture can tell, it hasn't been touched in a long long time."
Chris Hoyle: "Looking down a staircase found in a Barbican training venue, central London."
And finally, a picture by Daniel Furon. The next theme is "signs", and the deadline for your entries is 8 December. 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 or go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/inpictures and look for Share your photo.