Your pictures: Fences

image copyrightRhonda Tough
image captionRhonda Tough: "This was shot in Bonavista, Newfoundland. Beyond this building is the Atlantic Ocean and off to the right is a lighthouse built to guide ships at sea. Newfoundland is absolutely beautiful and is home to wonderful Canadians."
image copyrightLaura Barnett
image captionLaura Barnett: "This is a picture I took of ivy leaves breaking through a fence that I walk past every day, on my way to work."
image copyrightSusan Russo Gelbart
image captionSusan Russo Gelbart: "A fence disappears under the dunes of glistening white sand that has risen from the the Tularosa Basin at White Sands National Monument in New Mexico."
image copyrightIvelina Bibeva
image captionIvelina Bibeva: "I took this picture while wandering around Tehran with my Iranian friend Farshid, discovering hidden alleys and corners. This cat was looking at us. It was late afternoon and the light was perfect to capture its silhouette."
image copyrightCliff Rossenrode
image captionCliff Rossenrode: "The fenced entrance to the Skeleton Coast National Park, on the northern coastal road of Namibia, depicts the danger of this remote coastal desert by a skull and crossbones."
image copyrightChristine Carruthers
image captionChristine Carruthers: "Here is a robin sitting on a fence at Gibside, near Newcastle, England."
image copyrightPhil Couvrette
image captionPhil Couvrette: "This is no ordinary fence. Flags mark the gates of the land border between India and Pakistan. this photo was taken during the daily closing ceremony."
image copyrightTacia Carlin
image captionTacia Carlin submitted this image of a boy playing on a swing, titled Against the Fence.
image copyrightAinsley McWha
image captionAnd finally a photograph by Ainsley McWha of a snow covered landscape. The next theme is "Love" and the deadline for your entries is 14 February. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to 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.

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