Your pictures: Lighting

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image source, Sylwia Tantardini
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "lighting", and we begin with this picture by Sylwia Tantardini.
image source, Greig Howitt
image captionGreig Howitt: "I took this picture of the Forth Rail Bridge after the many days of heavy fog. The mist was gently rolling in which carried the bridge lights further into the air than normal. I converted it to monochrome to bring out the clarity of the lights and give it a dramatic, punchy feel."
image source, Karen Snadden
image captionKaren Snadden: "Angels poured from the heavens as I visited my mum's grave at Trumpan Cemetery on the Isle of Skye."
image source, Michael Ward-Sale
image captionMichael Ward-Sale: "A near-perfect creation of an RGB Additive Tricolour chart which illustrates the colour recording system used by TV/digital/computer and electronic camera sensor/display units. Made using Christmas tree lights."
image source, Andy O'Farrell
image captionAndy O'Farrell captured this picture of Baker Street Underground Station in London.
image source, Stephen Arrandale
image captionStephen Arrandale: "Using a light box for backlighting of throwaway plastic items can create some revealing imagery."
image source, Paul Coleman
image captionPaul Coleman: "Impressive aurora over a remote lodge near Yellowknife in Canada."
image source, Suzanne Emptage
image captionSuzanne Emptage: "My Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs playing in the early-morning sun. Their names are Baako and Baia."
image source, Gosia Sousa
image captionGosia Sousa: "There is no wedding party without good lighting that makes the atmosphere of the venue. I love this shot of a couple set 'behind' the colourful laser beams."
image source, Gary Neville
image captionGary Neville: "I have been doing a 365 this year, which consists of a photo every day of the year. On occasions I have not seen anything to photograph and come home having to come up with an idea. This was a late evening idea with a glass chess set and a penlight torch."
image source, Vahe Saboonchian
image captionVahe Saboonchian: "This is a photo of a wall light taken in Dubai. I love taking photos of symmetrical objects and this caught my attention."
image source, Charlotte Graham
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Charlotte Graham. The next theme is "amateur sport", and the deadline for your entries is 30 September. 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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