Wellington does look very pretty at this time of year, and at night.
We have combined the spring and night themed photos for this week's gallery, following the fix of a technical glitch that mean photos were lost in the system.
All photos have been recovered and we have some great ones to show off.
Night was popular theme. We had a great range of photos sent in, taken from various vantage points around the city.
Susie Whelan and James Greenland captured Wellington harbour on particularly calm nights.
We were particularly impressed with Susan Taylor's photo of a monarch butterfly on fern, which fluoresces in the moonlight.
Peter Ingram's took a stunning photo of the night time view over the airport and southern suburbs, and Eva Kaprinay captured the city lights relected in the lagoon, creating a wonderful mirror-view image.
The spring theme had readers heading to the Botanic Gardens in droves.
We light Tugrul Vehbi's photos of the bright flowers at the gardens. Amanda Senior also found inspiration at the Botanic Gardens and with the help of Instragram produced an old-style photo.
Keep your photos coming. It's great to see Wellington through the eyes of our readers.
Don't forget, the readers' photo gallerys are being sponsored by Even Cinemas and Photography Woolf.
Each month we will select the best from that month's galleries, and readers will then votes for which of those they like the most.
The winner will receive an Event Cinemas double pass. Each winner will then be eligible to win the Grand Prize - their photo reproduced by Photography by Wolf.
Here are the themes and deadlines for the next few weeks.
Wellington activities (Out and about in Wellington): September 27.
Heritage: October 4.
Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to our Facebook page.
- The Wellingtonian