Your pictures: Abstract shapes

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Image source, David Bradbury
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Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "abstract shapes", and we begin with this manipulated picture of ties in a shop window by David Bradbury.
Image source, George Olney
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George Olney: "I often find beautiful abstract shapes and negative spaces, in the everyday objects around us. I used a mirror and layers of glass with some forks below the glass and on the mirror, some above. This image is straight from the camera."
Image source, Sue Jay
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Sue Jay photographed this interesting view of a honeysuckle plant.
Image source, Annie Walker
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Annie Walker: " A sheet of ice had formed on the surface of the lake, a strong wind fractured it and the current stacked it along the shore. The stacks created interesting abstract shapes that I photographed."
Image source, Geoff Kay
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Geoff Kay: "A slice of gherkin lies discarded on a worktop."
Image source, samanta krivec
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Samanta Krivec: "I made this shot in the hallway of a shopping centre in Celje, Slovenia. I was waiting for some time when finally these two guys came along."
Image source, anna sobotka
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Anna Sobotka: "The sand-dunes on Long Island always have different patterns painted on them by layers of minerals changing constantly in the wind."
Image source, Doris Enders
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Doris Enders: "The view into the German parliament from the glass roof of the Reichstag building in Berlin."
Image source, Zak Itani
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Zak Itani: "In the splendid palace of L'Alcazar in Sevilla, strolling trough spacious and luminous rooms my attention was attracted by this ceiling decorated in gold paper and meticulously carved into the rock. Taking the shot right in the centre of the room you get this geometrically perfect abstract shape."
Image source, Shakti Devapura
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Shakti Devapura photographed a stack of dominoes.
Image source, Hazel Jacklin
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Hazel Jacklin: "Giraffes beautifully camouflaged against each other and their background. In South Luangwa, Zambia."
Image source, Timothy Fitts
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Timothy Fitts: "Concentric pipes, the front view of a PVC shop in Busan, South Korea."
Image source, Isabel and Charlotte Wilton
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And finally, a photograph by Isabel and Charlotte Wilton. The next theme is "looking in", and the deadline for your entries is 19 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 or go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/inpictures and look for Share your photo.

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