Your pictures: Plinths

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Image source, Judith Booth
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Judith Booth: "The Little Mermaid sitting alone on her granite plinth in Copenhagen harbour, with her face turned away from the crowds. The swan sailed into the shot, and it looks as though she is giving it her full attention."
Image source, Stuart Charters
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Stuart Charters: "Taken on top of Notre Dame cathedral, looking out over an autumnal Paris. I don't think I will ever get bored with that view."
Image source, Adam Staincliffe
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This putto photographed by Adam Staincliffe stands tall on its plinth in the warm sunlight.
Image source, Jenny Downing
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Jenny Downing: "It always pays to look up - by doing so in Prague, I spotted two pink plaster giants balanced on the thinnest of plinths, managing to support the weight of someone's balcony on strong shoulders."
Image source, Becky Hamilton
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Becky Hamilton's black-and-white image shows a snow-speckled sculpture on a tall plinth.
Image source, Robert King
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Robert King: "Gift Horse by Hans Haacke, on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. It is wonderful that such a public place in London is given up to an ever-changing series of art installations."
Image source, Doris Enders
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Doris Enders: "These graves[tones] were thrown off their plinths by Hurricane Harvey. I took this photo in Rockport, Texas."
Image source, Alfred Berkhoudt
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Alfred Berkhoudt: "This is a detail of the plinth for a statue of Ivan Krylov, in the Summer Garden in St Petersburg. Krylov was a famous Russian fabulist who lived from 1769-1844."
Image source, Susan Clark
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Susan Clark's image of this sculpture contrasts traditional clothes with a modern cityscape.
Image source, Bill Hancock
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Bill Hancock: "Old wooden groynes at Easton Bavents, in Suffolk, make an attractive viewing point out to sea. In the distance is an oil tanker at anchor, resting almost on the plinth top. Love the upcycling and use of old timber."
Image source, Marius Voica
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Marius Voica: "Plinths at Apollo's Temple in Didyma, Turkey, one of the largest of the Ancient World."
Image source, Christina Sage
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And finally a cat curled up on a plinth, by Christina Sage. The next theme is "Strange but true", and the deadline for your entries is 12 December. 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 to "We set the theme, you take the pictures," at the bottom of the page.

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