Your pictures: Mechanics

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Each week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is mechanics, and we start with a photograph by Daniel Furon.
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Gary Cohen: "Inside the Lloyd's building, Lime Street, London, designed by the architect Richard Rogers (Lord Rogers)."
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Craig Eastman: "I thought I'd submit this shot from the Great Orme, Llandudno, for the theme of mechanics. Obviously the cable car is a classic piece of mechanical engineering, but it was also shot on an old, mechanical Pentacon Six TL camera. To get the tilt/shift effect I overcame the mechanics of the camera by removing the lens from the body and holding it by hand."
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Mark Santos: "I took this photograph of an open canal boat engine whilst taking the judges of Yorkshire in Bloom from one location to the next judging point. The town is Skipton."
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Laura McGregor: "Reconstruction of Jacob Epstein's Full Rock Drill (1913-1915). Taken with an iPhone and Hipstamatic app."
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Brian McCready: "A four-legged mechanic works on a car at the Loughgall Country Park Rally, in County Armagh."
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Jim Young: "Rush hour blues due to mechanical failure, in a Swansea scrapyard."
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Andrew Dowden: "A macro shot of a skeleton watch given to me several years ago by my wife, using three photos of different exposures combined to maximise the amount of detail that can be seen."
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Julia Knapp: "As part of a day-long camel trek in Pushkar, India, we stopped off at an idyllic little house for lunch. This young boy was very sweet and incredibly curious and spent a long time just playing with this discarded engine!"
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And finally a picture form Karen Fredborg. Next week the theme is wind, and the deadline for your entries is 26 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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