Your pictures on the theme of 'plastic'
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "plastic".
Verna Evans: "My plastic duck always looks happy while helping me clean the bathroom sink."
Kim Harrington: "One of the floats at the Pride parade in Toronto this year."
Alessandra Distefano: "Plastic mooring buoys ready to be anchored ashore to allow seasonal boat owners to park their vessels during the summer season."
Tapas Halder: "Plastic causes death and diseases in many animals. Among them are birds, which are generally affected by plastic through entanglement and ingestion."
Finn Macken captured this picture of the Skyscraper whale in Utrecht. He said: "An incredible piece of art highlighting the devastating impact that plastic is having on marine wildlife."
Angela Doherty: "Granddad and grandson having fun makes me smile."
Ron Shelton: "My ongoing sculptural study of plastic waste transformed into art. This series is called Our Plastic World, which addresses the environmental epidemic. The plastic is collected from my own plastics and from my community."
Vergine Powell took this image of a lady waiting in a queue in the Shinyanga region of Tanzania. "Her plastic washing bowl provided much needed shade during the heat of the midday sun."
Ian Rawson: "All around us is plastic."
And finally, Peter Kitanov took a picture of plastic chairs after the rain. The next theme is "all the rage" and the deadline for entries is 23 July 2019. Send pictures to email@example.com. 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.