A collection of photographs sent to the BBC by readers around the world under the theme 'Open Doors'.
Rachael Blakey: 'An open door at an abandoned house in New Brunswick, Canada.'
Tricia Ryan: 'This is Magic the beagle checking the weather before deciding whether to consent to going for a walk on a so-so day in chilly Dorset in November. I love this photo of her heading from the dark to the light.'
Harald Loeffler: 'Family members going up for their first skydiving adventure lea ed that doors just get in the way of a successful exit, and that at least one was superfluous.'
Robert Ho er: 'A pair of open doors within a pair of closed doors, Malaga, Spain.'
Elizabeth Roach: 'Louisbourg National Historic Site, Nova Scotia. The charming 'garden keeper' enjoying a few moments of knitting and quiet before a shipload of tourists descended.'
Lindsey Rolfe: 'On Sunday night all the machines were empty and the doors were open in a launderette in San Francisco.'
Olga Arune: 'Let me in!'
Kristine Zlamete: 'Dramatic entrance to the forest in Latvia.'
Jennie Meakin: 'Shake it off. Down the old windy streets of Bari, you can happen on someone mid-house clean. Suddenly a brush popped out the door, and back in almost as quickly.'
Jane Thakker: 'An unexpected door in the grounds of a hotel in the Suusamyr Valley in Kyrgyzstan.'
Kevin Munt took this picture by the coast.
Tim Rishton: 'Opening the door to let the lambs out after the winter's snow; competition to be first out is intense.'