Stunning pictures of Hammersmith continue to be sent by our readers to the Chronicle offices, as we look to help collate a montage of W6 to celebrate the Hammersmith Society's 50th anniversary.
Each week we'll be publishing the images that capture our imagination the most, but every picture sent in will be forwarded to the Hammersmith Society, which will put the top 50 on to a specially commissioned collage, which will be displayed at numerous public places across the town.
This week, Chronicle staff chose three beautiful images. Two were taken of the river by Matthew Bruce, 51, of Inglethorpe Street, Fulham, who explained why this stretch of the Thames is special to him.
He said: "I think Hammersmith has a lot to offer. However, what really defines it for me is the river. The two pictures illustrate a couple of aspects, firstly the river as a living place - when I first came to the area I spent a somewhat Spartan time living on a houseboat for nearly a year - and secondly the river as a place of recreation - rowing and sailing have been part of the scene here for many years. I hope you like these pictures as much as I do."
The third image comes from Janis Cammell OBE, the secretary of the Friends of Ravenscourt Park. She took a picture of the park's autumn leaves.
"Ravenscourt Park is a unique special place in Hammersmith, not only because of its historical importance and character, but because it is much loved by residents of all ages, and is the most popular and well used park within Hammersmith and Fulham," she said.
Thanks to everyone who entered and we'll forward your pictures to society chairman Melanie Whitlock, who explained what she is after.
"It could be the view down the road as you set off for work, or a favourite river view or streetscene or house or shop. It could be a favourite spot in one of the parks or one of our heritage landmarks, like Hammersmith Bridge. Whatever the special places are, they will certainly be interesting, likeable and, no doubt, sometimes quirky. We want to log the places which local people hold near and dear."
* To enter, please email your pictures as JPGs at 300dpi to firstname.lastname@example.org. State your name, age, address and outline in three sentences why your picture and/or place is special to you.