Your pictures: Looking in

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image copyrightRajinder Kumar
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "looking in", and we begin with this picture by Rajinder Kumar.
image copyrightElliot Pordes
image captionElliot Pordes: "I was walking towards the Tower of London to see the poppy display and spotted this dog sitting in the window of a bar. Is he waiting for a friend? Is it an animal singles bar, does he want me to buy him a drink? So many unanswered questions."
image copyrightVinny Straub
image captionVinny Straub: "I took this picture of my sister last summer, it captures the view of what happens inside a Venetian apartment."
image copyrightmartin rutherford
image captionMartin Rutherford: "I call it Phone Alone. My girlfriend, Rotchana, and her mobile, on Ao nang beach, in Krabi, Thailand."
image copyrightRichard Giddy
image captionRichard Giddy: "This fantasy village is rich in surprises and constantly changing viewpoints where light, architecture and plants can create semi-abstract images."
image copyrightsteve gray
image captionSteve Gray: "Nottingham newspaper vendor looking into his booth."
image copyright Patrick O'Connor
image captionPatrick O'Connor: "Peering in to the dark sanctuary of the 15th Century Jain temple at Ranakpur, in Rajasthan."
image copyrightSara Bickley
image captionSara Bickley: "This photo was taken at a local VW show, we go to quite a few as we have a campervan of our own."
image copyrightHolly Stranks
image captionHolly Stranks: "These are of my Labradors, Cassie and Jack, looking into our allotment from the garden."
image copyrightClare Saunders
image captionClare Saunders: "Dancing grannies in Green Lake Park, Kunming, Yunnan province, China."
image copyrightNigel Jackson
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Nigel Jackson taken at the Saatchi Gallery. The next theme is "commuting", and the deadline for your entries is 2 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 or go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/inpictures and look for Share your photo.

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