This week Florence Lee took a different perspective on our colour theme. For Florence, colours are never the same for two people. Everyone has their own way of seeing the world. So she decided to take a black-and-white picture of something she cares about: her dog. The reflection in her dog's eyes lends Florence's shot an added layer of shade. Meanwhile, Rene Rashed depicted the colours of Hong Kong by going around the city and taking snapshots of happy moments and beautiful sceneries. Well done, both! Best entry this week: Florence Lee, 17 I believe that sometimes black-and-white photography can display true colours. Without the use of colour, you can unleash your imagination and do it 'your way'. That is what colour is about - it's all in the mind. My entry is a picture of my dog, Fido. He has the most unique doggy smile, and he enjoys staring at the sun outside the window during hot summer days. Runner-up: Rene Rashed, 16 This collage of four photos comprises a photo of two young children and three Hong Kong places: Tung Chung, Cheung Chau, and Kiu Tsui. Throughout my journeys around Hong Kong, I've come across many breathtaking sights and colours. The pictures are memories of these adventures. Colours have a significant impact on people's emotional state. The colours of these pictures are soothing, warm and easy on the eyes. They convey a feeling of calm and peace.