What’s the view out of the nearest window to you right now? Just for fun, we’d love to see a photo of it.
Following on from favourite coffee cups and the weekend that was, we’d like to set you a new quick picture assignment.
Rather than take a nosy peek into your world, we want you to share an outward shot of it showing what you can see from the window closest to you as you’re reading this.
Whether it’s an amazing aerial view of London, a bustling town centre scene or just a spectacularly dull wall or car park, please take a photo and send it in so we can include it here.
Let’s see who’s got the most inspiring and interesting views out of their window, down to who’s got the most unexciting and plain!
Email your window view pictures here, send them through our website here, tweet them to @newsshopper or send them to us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/newsshopper - please tell us where the photo was taken.
Here are some of the pictures we've been sent so far:
Andy Ward's view from London Bridge
Liz McNaughton's view near Sevenoaks
@RichCImages had this view of people going to work and rubbish put out too early in Parrock Street, Gravesend
Rebecca Kempson's view of Thamesmead
Another view of Thamesmead, this one from Chelsea Waterman
Mark Hodges' view of the River Medway
The view from Siobhan Ivings' window in Paddock Wood
Fontayne Copeland-Nash was at work at Blackfriars in the City of London and this was the view from his window - "not very exciting rooftops!"
Fontayne later sent another pic of the "excitement" of a seagull perched on the window ledge
Carl Hatton's view of Piccadilly Circus
The view from Norma Hiskey's kitchen window in The Avenue, Orpington
@Johnboyy's view overlooking The Valley, Charlton
Tony Kemp was chilling out in Welling when he took these pictures
From Alan in Westminster
Lorraine Wood's view from her back window in Bexleyheath
Teri Warke's view from her living room window in West Greenwich
Paul Cuthbert was travelling back to London by train after a day in Sunderland and Newcastle
Carly Spice's view from her window in Thamesmead