Ashes 2015: your scorecard pictures

After the 405-run thrashing meted out at Lord's in the first Test, the scorecard from the first day's play at Edgbaston made for much more welcome reading for England fans.

Close of play scorecard
The scorecard that launched a thousand mock-ups

Australia were skittled for 136 and in reply England progressed to 133-3.

So beautiful did the scorecard look that some of you decided to capture it in suitably grand or historic settings.

Here are some of your BBC scorecard pictures - featuring the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Times Square, and even a Downton Abbey Star.

View more of the day's scorecard images here and catch a three-minute round-up of day one in the Pint-sized Ashes.

Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge made a particularly satisfying setting for a scorecard depicting Australian misery...
Time Square
It looked pretty good in Times Square too, although even a good old Ashes ding-dong didn't seem to capture the attention of the New York public.
As England took "one small step" towards regaining the Ashes, one of you managed "one giant leap" of imagination with this picture of the scorecard on the moon.
Mr Carson
Celebrities were even getting in on the act, as this picture of Downton Abbey's Jim Carter shows...
George Osbourne
George Osborne proudly displayed the scorecard on the front of his Budget box - with the only cuts coming from the bat of Alastair Cook.
Sepp Blatter
Never one to be left out, even Sepp Blatter got in on the action.
American soldiers
The scorecard even found its way onto the sands of Iwo Jima...
Not even Batman could save Australia from a chastening first day.
More from day one at the Test
England turnaround crazy - Aggers
I can bowl better, says Anderson
Pint-sized Ashes: Anderson on fire

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