Your pictures: Fruit

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image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is fruit, and we start with a photograph by Paul Jones.
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image captionRakesh Chandode: "The light passing through the calyx of physalis fruit created an interesting macro-image."
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image captionGemma Turvey: "Shuffled fruit."
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image captionGeorge Olney: "Many people do not realise that our red hot Mexican chillies are actually a fruit."
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image captionTony Withers sent us this close up of a jackfruit skin.
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image captionJanaki Wallooppillai: "A pomegranate fruit in the process of being cut shows part of the fruit reflecting on the knife. The contrast between seeds and pulp and the stain of red spreading on the napkin were nice additions."
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image captionSara Cahill: "These are the banana splits I made with my four year old daughter in the banana bowls we bought at a jumble sale."
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image captionKaila Drayton: "I conducted a photo experiment by putting fruit slices on a sheet of glass and placing it over a votive holder."
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image captionSally Sallett: "I love pineapples and made this mini-world from some of my glass collection."
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image captionWe end with an odd photo of a smiling banana by Lucy Smallwood. Next week the theme is mechanics, and the deadline for your entries is 19 July. 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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