Your pictures: Pinhole

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Image source, Patrick T O'Reilly
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Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. To mark World Pinhole Photography Day this week it is "pinhole" and we begin with this picture, by Patrick T O'Reilly, of Machu Picchu in Peru.
Image source, Ann Bowen
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Ann Bowen photographed some snowdrops using a camera made from a biscuit tin.
Image source, Steve White
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A cocoa tub converted into a pinhole camera was used by Steve White to take this picture.
Image source, Janet Clark
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Janet Clark: "I still love using proper film. This is an accidental self-portrait in early spring using a Zero 2000 pinhole camera, Kodak TMax 400 film, eight second exposure."
Image source, David Southgate
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David Southgate: "The sun shining on my house reflected via a knot hole in the shed wall on to the top of a deep freeze."
Image source, Daniel Ramsay
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Daniel Ramsay: "Because these take 30 seconds to take it captured the swan moving its head in and out of the water."
Image source, John Rigg
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John Rigg: "This is a six-month exposure using a pinhole camera made from an empty soup tin and photographic paper, not film. The resulting image is then scanned and reversed. The trails mark the path of the sun across the sky as the seasons change. Days with broken cloud show as a dotted line."
Image source, Gregory Reuben Levitt
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Gregory Reuben Levitt: "Auschwitz on a cold snowy day in February using a 35mm pinhole camera. No filters. No photo apps. No Instagram. No fake synthetic nostalgia."
Image source, Kat Howes
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And finally, a photograph by Kat Howes. The next theme is "on the road" and the deadline for your entries is 6 May. 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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