Your pictures: Height
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme, this week it is "height".
We begin with a picture taken by Rachel Eltoft-Prest of skydiving at 15,000ft (4,500m) over Lake Taupo on New Zealand 's North Island.
Hellen van der Maazen
Hellen van der Maazen: "In Esbjerg, Denmark, my son was hugely impressed by the height of the sculptures of Men at Sea created by Svend Wiig Hansen."
Ian Knaggs: "The dynamic movements of dance pass by in split seconds. However, flash photography allows us to freeze time and suspend the dancers in mid-air, showing the heights they can reach."
Victor Maciuk: "Vermont view. Sheer fear to the bones. I survived."
Kayla Hann looked up at the trees in Queenstown Hill, New Zealand. She said: "Nothing makes you realise how small you are more than when you are walking among the giants."
Mh Zhou: "The statue is hung on a wire in downtown Prague. Carrying a briefcase, he seems to be free just from his office. Holding an umbrella, he flies to the heights in his mind."
Lucie Neubauer: "My friend Ema is enjoying the view to Easedale Tarn, [Cumbria,] Lake District, on Easter Monday. It was our first time there, and we fell in love with the 1,000ft [300m] above sea level."
Doris Enders: "The former salt mine Salina Turda, in Romania, is now a popular tourist attraction. You can do all kinds of activities."
Leanne Drake: "Taken in Cornwall, Perranporth beach last October, where my family fancied a bit of rock climbing."
Janey Devine: "A pinhole view of the Shard. At 309m [1,013ft] high, this 95-storey building is currently the tallest in London."
And finally, a picture by Tilly Jamieson. The next theme is "Shakespeare", and the deadline for your entries is 19 April. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to email@example.com. Further details and terms can be found following the related link below.