Bowled over by those still in reflective mood
Our Reflections competition may be over but here are some of the final entries we wanted our readers to see.
This last selection, picked by our chief photographer Andy Baker, include a great shot of a reflective sculpture from Tom McSorley, who lives in Broughton Astley, and took the picture while on holiday in Somerset this summer.
He said: "I came across this work of art in the grounds of our hotel in Cricket St Thomas.
"It's called the Cricket Portal. Rather than include the entire object, I took this close-up photo of it as I felt it gave a more dramatic effect to the reflected parts."
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Geoff Betts, who lives in Leicester city centre, sent us a picture taken at nighttime on the Grand Union Canal.
He said: "The beauty of it is that no special effects were added in any way.
"I just set the tripod up, focussed on one point, then the rest is the camera.
"It's a tranquil view of the canal and the reflections in the water complete an amazingly calming picture."
The Reflections competition is now closed and the winner was Phil Wood, an IT manager from Hinckley, who won £100 of Jessops vouchers for his shot of blurred street lights taken from his car.
Our latest competition is entitled Old and New and the closing date is November 18.
Once again, the top prize will be £100 of Jessops vouchers. Entrants are allowed to submit up to six photographs.
Include a short caption explaining each picture, along with your name, address and contact details.
Put "Old and New photo competition" in the subject box. E-mail your pictures to:
Full terms and conditions are available online by visiting: