Black and white was an incredibly popular theme for photographers.
Keen photographers sent in some remarkable black and white photos, and chosing our favourites was very difficult.
Al Simmonds cleverly captured the reflection of the Civic Square fern sculpture in a puddle.
A giraffe's beauty and grace was captured by Stephen Buck, Eva Kaprinay showed us a different view of Wellington Railway Station and Olex Sydor caught a moment in time at a metal band concert.
We also received many beautiful scenery shots.
Keep your photos coming. It's great to see different parts of Wellington through the eyes of our readers.
The next week's theme is 'on the job' and we have already received some wonderful creative shots on this theme.
We encourage you to be as creative as you can. Feel free to play around with photo-editing software to get the effect you want.
Each month we will select the best photo from each of the month's galleries. You guys, the readers, will then vote on which one you think is best.
The winner will receive an Event Cinemas double pass! Yay!
Each winner will then be eligible to win the Grand Prize - Your photo reproduced by the award winning Photography by Woolf team.
Each week we set a theme and publish a selection of your photographs in a photo gallery on our website, thewellingtonian.co.nz.
Here are the themes and deadlines for the next few weeks:
- On the job: July 26.
- Olympic support: August 2.
You can submit photographs by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org or by posting them on our Facebook page.
Don't forget to include your name and some background information about the image.
- The Wellingtonian