Your pictures: Sundays
Readers' photographs on the theme of Sundays.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Sundays", and we begin with a picture by Michael Russell.
Adriana Fuentevilla: "My cousins, planning imaginary trips on a Sunday afternoon."
Bernard Gillespie: "I took this photo while hill walking with my wife on a Sunday in the Mourne Mountains, County Down. The ladies who were part of the group decided to rest and enjoy the view for a while."
Jane Hinton: "Sundays - the morning is a quiet time where, with a cup of coffee, I sit leisurely to read a newspaper - from the news to travel and theatre - I ditch the sports bit, though. I love the physical handling of the pages - it's just not the same on a tablet."
Leonardo Fugoso: "This is Joseph, our cat, lazing the day with my wife, Anita, and daughter Ida. For Joseph, every day is a Sunday."
Katie Cannons sent what she calls a "Sunday puzzle".
Kevin Donegan: "My family's muddy walking boots in the boot of our car after yet another Sunday out walking with the dog. Taken very quickly on my Samsung Galaxy phone before we started the drive home."
Alex Watts: "This picture is what makes Sundays joyous for us. Laying in a park with the papers and an opportunity to relax together. This image is both a precious memory and hope for the future as our 18-month-old daughter hasn't quite got the hang of our Sundays yet."
Julius Vainauskas: "On Sundays, I like to get lost in nature in order to find myself. Mondays are much easier that way. This photo was taken on a late afternoon at the Horseshoe Bend near the town of Page, Arizona."
Ruth Reed: "Sundays are for discovering secret pathways and new hideouts, Asthall Manor, Cotswold."
Jake Kennedy: "Nothing says, 'Sunday' like a wet morning at a car-boot sale."
And finally, a picture by Claire Goodbody. The next theme is "flags", and the deadline for your entries is 8 March. 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.