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Your pictures: Bricks

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image copyrightJason Bain
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is "bricks", and we begin with an image taken by Jason Bain, who said: "I was out walking when I came across this brick washed up on the beach in Larne [County Antrim]."
image copyrightPeter Wood
image captionPeter Wood: "Old sea-eroded bricks found while walking the dog at Druridge Bay, Northumberland, on a grey autumn day. The large concrete blocks in the background were placed along the Northumberland coast as tank traps during World War II in case of attempted beach invasion."
image copyrightCathie Hunter
image captionCathie Hunter: "The best bricks ever. It's hard to know who has the most fun with these, me or my boy!"
image copyrightAngela Simpkin
image captionAngela Simpkin: "While visiting Christmas Alley in Naples, Italy, this wall needed to be photographed."
image copyrightEmerson Gatpo
image captionEmerson Gatpo: "Gulangyu Island, Xiamen, is renowned for its winding lanes and its varied architecture. Some old buildings have these styles on the wall made from wood, concrete or brick ."
image copyrightSally Sallett
image captionSally Sallett: "I just love the brickwork on this canal bridge on the Trent and Mersey canal at Salt [Staffordshire]."
image copyrightGavin Hogg
image captionGavin Hogg: "A stack of bricks on a roadside in Madagascar, being loaded into a truck for delivery. The bricks are made from clay dug from the paddy fields, and the kilns fired in situ."
image copyrightThomas Halloran
image captionThomas Halloran: "The ruins and ancient bricks of Jabal al-Qal'a, the citadel of Amman, Jordan."
image copyrightEmiliano Tamanini
image captionEmiliano Tamanini: "The wall of fame, not just another brick in the wall. This picture was taken in front of the Cavern while on a day trip to Liverpool a few years ago."
image copyrightKasia Krempa
image captionAnd finally a photo by Kasia Krempa: "Red bricks in my garden, overgrown with moss". Next week the theme is "Turkey", and the deadline for your entries is 30 October. 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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