Your pictures: Bricks
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "bricks".
John Ealing: "The stone bricks of Rooley Moor Road that runs between Rossendale and Rochdale in Lancashire. Although almost certainly an ancient route, it was paved during the cotton famine to provide a route to a better place and its stone setts remain despite the wind farms. The stone pillars mark the entrance to the long closed Old Moorcock Inn."
Nigel Jackson: "A brick wall brought to life with street art, Brick Lane area, London."
David Marsh: "A brickyard high in the Nepalese Himalaya."
Pete Evans: "I visited the unused Standedge Tunnels in the Peak District - mostly built from brick and standing the test of time, a testament to Victorian engineering."
Tony Kinghorn: "Autumn leaf on the bricks, Boston, USA."
Steve Lawson: "Brickwork inside the dome of the Vatican."
Ben Sura: "Dinosaur structure made of Lego bricks."
Lee Blake: "Found this destructive little kid playing in a brick wall in Tharamgabadi, India."
Michael Lynch: "Bricks, featuring some sophisticated graffiti."
Jenny Downing: "Graffiti with a difference; whereas it's usually the painting on top of the bricks that we notice, here the bricks stand out within a cut-out person-shaped space. The artist has cleverly incorporated a concrete lintel to form a belt."
Alison Wellby: "An engine on the Launceston Steam Railway, Cornwall, rattles along the line with its passengers, passing under bridges of brick and stone in a cloud of steam and with a blast of the whistle."
Patrick Frost: "A shot taken of the inside of a boundary wall to a public garden on Blackpool promenade."
Jack Appleton: "An ornate and detailed chimney stack showing a lovely weather-beaten look in colour and texture."
Antonio Castillo: "Originally I was planning on taking a long exposure showing people moving along Angels Landing, a trail at Zion National Park in Utah. When I finally found my ideal location and was set to take the picture, the gentleman in the picture simply stopped in the middle of the trail and observed the view."
And, finally, a picture by Brook Holladay who said: "Some helpful advice on a wall in a Dublin pub." The next theme is "Shadows" and the deadline for your entries is 25 October. 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 to "We set the theme; you take the pictures" at the bottom of the page.