Your pictures on the theme of 'after dark'
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "after dark".
Arril Johnson: "Pigeons fly, stars shine, clouds drift, and the night does not sleep... yet."
Jonathan Sapwell: "Singapore's Gardens by the bay are an incredible place, but you must visit after dark for it to become truly magical. I took this photo just before running to catch the last train of the night back to the hotel."
Judy Taylor: "Passing by the stunningly spectacular Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao."
Martin Arias: "Taken in Panama City one evening during an almost full moon. The trees helped frame the picture and give it an eerie feel."
Ian Garfield: "This is from the Neil Howard Rally, an annual event that takes place at Oulton Park in Cheshire. I was really pleased with how this image came out considering how dark it was when I took it. It has a surreal look about it, almost like it's a still taken from a video game."
Chung Hau: "Taken as part of a 24-hour photography walk. I met a friend for a coffee in Soho and came out to see that everyone had positioned themselves nicely for me."
Chris McKeown: "I have driven under a footbridge that crosses this main road in Birstall, Leicestershire, thousands of times and never noticed it until this week. The mundane nature of a commute blinkers creativity."
Jenny Downing: "Adult time..."
Jami Thomas: "I took this photo at Cape Hatteras Lighthouse on the outer banks of North Carolina. Sitting out under the stars in an area that is so dark is a favourite pastime of mine."
Kevin Burns: "After dark, shoppers take to the streets of historic Lijiang in China."
Dennis Clarke: "The Forth Bridge, South Queensferry, lights up after dark to make this icon of Victorian engineering look even more impressive."
Stephanie Ferland: "Getting ready for Halloween."
Elisa Decker: "Thunderbolt at night, Coney Island, New York City."
Mac Berington: " I took this shot on my iPhone from Victoria Embankment on Sunday evening."
Diana Cristina Blanco Osorio
And finally, Diana Cristina Blanco Osorio sent this in from Bogota, Colombia. The next theme is "hidden" and the deadline for entries is 29 October 2019. Send pictures to email@example.com or follow the link to "Upload your pictures here" below. 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.