Your pictures on the theme of 'hidden'

image copyrightJenny Downing
image captionJenny Downing: "The joy of playing hide-and-seek with someone small."
image copyrightRichard Derwent
image captionRichard Derwent: “Swaddling them in lengths of netting made it easier to transport these Christmas trees in a north Hertfordshire village."
image copyrightTrevor Bass
image captionTrevor Bass: "The cows were caught in two minds - wanting to hide but also wanting a peak at us."
image copyrightPeter Penfold
image captionPeter Penfold: "Camper vans, hidden and forgotten on a walk in Sussex."
image copyrightJonathan Ingram
image captionJonathan Ingram: "Sri Lankan shrine, hidden in the roots of a Banyan tree, in a marketplace in Galle."
image copyrightRachael Blakey
image captionRachael Blakey: "I See You - I wanted to hide the majority of the model's face, so more emphasis would be given to the eyes."
image copyrightAmanda Cochrane
image captionAmanda Cochrane: "A picture of Alfie in Glasgow Botanic Gardens."
image copyrightJo Arnell
image captionJo Arnell: "Camouflage takes different forms and variations. Plume moth play dead as tiny wooden splinters."
image copyrightSarah Cleall
image captionSarah Cleall: "Found you. Here’s my dog hiding away in my son's bed."
image copyrightJane Stevenson
image captionJane Stevenson: "Can you spot the heron in the early morning mist? Or is it so well hidden you ‘mist’ it?"
image copyrightElisa Decker
image captionElisa Decker spotted this racoon in Central Park, New York.
image copyrightAngie Turner
image captionAngie Turner: "A summer sunrise over sleepy Stannington in Sheffield, hidden behind a seed head at the roadside."
image copyrightAmy Taylor
image captionAmy Taylor: "This unusual looking mushroom is Stropharia caerulea (Blue Roundhead), I think. Such a little cutie. He was the only one I found when out searching for mushrooms. It's the first time I have seen one this colour."
image copyrightDenise Martin
image captionDenise Martin: "My dog, Ember, just loves to hide and thinks she can’t be seen."
image copyrightTracey Reid
image captionTracey Reid: "I spy with my little eye."
image copyrightPip Murray
image captionPip Murray: "A sculpture of a hidden conker found in the woods at Rococo Gardens in Painswick, Gloucestershire."
image copyrightGuy Shepherd
image captionAnd finally a statue in Krakow by Guy Shepherd. The next theme is "garden wildlife" and the deadline for entries is 5 November 2019. Send pictures to 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.

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