Your pictures: Missing

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Image caption, Every week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme was missing and we start with a photograph taken by Ted Anderson: "A marble game on our living room window, with one marble missing."
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Image caption, Martin Wells: "As we all know washing machines eat socks. Here's one I managed to snap just in time. The wide angle lens was placed just inside the door of the washing machine and the flash angled away from the camera to control the direction of the light to avoid blown highlights."
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Image caption, Craig Eastman: "I recently developed a roll of exposed colour film I found in a camera purchased in a charity shop. The film was Kodacolor 100 VR which dates back to between 1982-1986. I developed in black and white chemicals as I figured I had a better chance of recovering some images, and here are the results. In a very real sense these photographs are 'missing'. I'd love to trace the owner. It looks as though they may have been taken on a beach holiday somewhere in the UK."
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Image caption, Christine Le Friec: "I love this photograph of my daughter skylarking on a coach tour with her orchestra."
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Image caption, Carla Grande: "This is just a random baby's shoe I saw in one stroll through Barcelona's El Borne. Somebody must have picked it up and put it on a window sill with the intention of making it more visible."
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Image caption, Sofia Graves: "I took this picture in Costa Rica. These large leaves are everywhere, often with missing bits in the most wonderful patterns."
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Image caption, Jasper Dalgliesh: "This photograph is of the Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium, and shows a few of the 54,896 names of British and Commonwealth soldiers who were killed around Ypres in World War 1. Some whose bodies have never been found."
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Image caption, Peter Stanley: "Stains left on the wall in the waiting lounge of the Pemba Airport, Mozambique."
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Image caption, Pauline Richardson: "One jar mssing in a market in Marrakesh, wonder what colour it is? "
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Image caption, Dana Pasca-Hossu: "School’s out on Sunday, but there are some buses missing from this lot. Gone on a fun trip, I hope!"
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Image caption, And finally Thomas Gannage-Stewart: "Angel Without Wings". To mark world pinhole day our next theme is "pinhole". If you'd 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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