This week's Packet Camera Club comes halfway through September and if you, like us, are wondering where the summer went, we've got some great images and photography to help you accept that the days are getting shorter and the colder months are on their way.

This month's theme is 'Film and Book titles' and we've challenged our members to try and produce images that represent titles of popular books and films, and they have not disappointed.

Our collection this week includes photographic representations of well-known movies such as Titanic, Flipper, The Fly and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

Honourable mentions this week go to Mark Quilter for his close up shot of a Common Darter fly, which, if you look close enough, does have something of a resemblance to Jeff Goldblum's character in David Cronenberg's 1986 body horror classic.

Also getting an honourable mention this week is Liz Richardson, who captured a reenactment of the Titanic's fated first journey by seven water inflatables, although Kate Winslet and Leo Dicaprio were nowhere to be seen.

Keep on sending in your film and book title pictures and we'll showcase the best of them throughout September.

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