Your pictures: Vintage

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image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is vintage, and we start with a photograph by Jodie Zahner of an abandoned store.
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image captionFrederic Melotte: "Sham Jolimie, a talented photographer, in a vintage look."
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image captionClare Regale-Day: "Along the theme of vintage, some shots from Goodwood Revival 2010 including this one of Sir Stirling Moss."
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image captionDonna Elliot: "Antique stores are filled with many vintage items, including this set of well-used novels."
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image captionMick King: "I took this picture in Trouville, France. These two elderly walkers were promenading in 'vintage' clothes. The fascination for me was that my picture caught them mirroring each others actions as they walked."
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image captionGeorge Harkins: "Spa Francorchamps Classic Six Hour, Ford GT40."
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image captionHimesh Dhorajiwala: "This is a classic game of Pong, which was one of the first arcade games to be developed. The game was released in 1972, and is still currently being played all around the world."
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image captionJames Whaley: "The is my sister Sam at Lost Lake in Whistler, BC Canada. We were out for a walk on an overcast day and decided to take a series of shots in the style of vintage hippies. Out of all the shots from that day, this is my favourite as Sam seems to have a glowing aura about her in the photograph. If you didn't know who it was and when this was, I think it could be from an era of peace and love, the vintage 60s or 70s."
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image captionStuart Hingley: "The Bridgnorth Severn Valley Railway station in Shropshire on a sunny day."
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image captionAnd finally Lizzie Coombes snapped an old-style pram on her iPhone. Next week the theme is adventure, and the deadline for your entries is 21 June. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.

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