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Your pictures of the week: Stripes

Phil Coomes | 08:29 UK time, Thursday, 23 July 2009

Your pictures of stripes

This week we asked for your pictures on the theme of stripes, and as you will see we had a fantastic response, so much so that this week we have published 12 rather than 10 images in our gallery.

You can see the ones I have chosen in a gallery here. Maybe yours is one of them.

Do let us know which is your favourite by using the comment box below.

Your pictures of stripesSo my congratulations to those whose pictures have been chosen - and if your picture didn't make it, why not send us something for next week?

The theme for the coming week is Time.

Interpret this in any way you see fit and send your pictures to us at yourpics@bbc.co.uk or upload them directly from your computer.

Please include the word "Time" in the subject line of your message.

The deadline is midnight BST Tuesday 28 July, and remember to add your name and a caption: who, what, where and when should be enough, though the more details you give, the better your chance of being selected.

We will publish a selection of your photos this time next week.

You can now see a list of the next four themes on this page which will be updated each week.

Files should be sent as JPEGs. They shouldn't be larger than 10Mb and ideally much smaller: around 1Mb is fine, or you can resize your pictures to 1,000 pixels across.

Please see our terms and conditions, but remember that the copyright remains with you. The pictures will only be used by the BBC for the purposes of this project. Finally, when taking photos, please do not endanger yourself or others, take unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.

Any questions or suggestions for future themes, please use the comment form and I'll get back to you.

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