Pokemon Go fans are running out of time to take part in Niantic's latest AR event.
The Pokemon Go AR photography competition comes to an end on October 25.
Fans are tasked with snapping Pokemon Go AR photos and posting them on Instagram. The winner will receive a Pokemon Go prize pack.
"We’re challenging you to snap epic Pokemon Go AR photos and post them on Instagram using the hashtag #PokemonGOcontest," reads a Niantic blog post.
"If your AR photo is selected as one of the top 10 submissions, you’ll win a Pokemon Go Prize Pack containing a Pokemon Go Plus, a poster autographed by the Pokemon Go team, and wireless Bluetooth earbuds.
"You only have until October 25 to submit your best AR photo, so go on an adventure, take a photo, and share it with us on Instagram!"
You can see some of the best Pokemon Go AR snaps in the gallery below...
And that's not the only Pokemon Go event taking place right now.
Trainers are also enjoying the Halloween 2017 event, which coincides with the release of the first wave of Gen 3 Ghost Pokemon.
However, fans spotted a big mistake in the Gen 3 data files for Legendary Pokemon Latios and Latias, as Niantic momentarily mistook their genders.
An error has also been made in the Halloween event, as rare Pokemon Corsola has started showing up with more regularity.
According to ComicBook, Corsola has started to appear in water areas that were previously without Ghost Pokemon.
Lasting until November 2, the Pokemon Go Halloween event introduces Gen 3 Pokemon like Sableye and Banette.
Spooky Pokemon like Gastly, Drowzee and Cubone will also spawn more regularly for the duration of the event.
Elsewhere, fans can capture a special Pikachu wearing a witch hat, while avatars can be dressed up in Mimikyu's hat.
Other bonuses include double candy for catching, hatching and transferring Pokemon, while Buddy Pokemon will find candy faster.