Your pictures: Waste

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image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is waste, and we start with a photograph by Sampat Naik of a chameleon foraging in a bin for food.
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image captionShaari: "Thilafushi island located a few miles off Maldives capital Male. More than 300 tonnes of refuse are brought here every day from the capital region."
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image captionEdward Bowie: "A derelict building in Pembrokeshire being stripped for reusable resources such as metals, wooden floors, white goods, etc. It has been uninhabited for approximately 15 years."
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image captionMarc Alldridge: "Garbage trucks lined up at night well out of the way of the busy streets on the side of the highway on Manhattan's West Side awaiting the next days rounds."
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image captionMartine Nijs: "This Greek ship wreck lays wasted since the 1970s in Baja Cotopaxi, Chile."
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image captionDelia Brooks: "My bedroom waste paper bin."
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image captionKatie Timson: "A photograph staged to illustrate the effects of marine litter upon marine animals for an A-Level art project upon the topic of waste."
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image captionRobert Bainbridge: "Taken in St Ives in Cornwall but I have seen these as far away as Philadelphia - when you consider the price of modern trainers it seems strange to see them left hanging out of reach of everyone."
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image captionLuke Freeman: "I stumbled across this in Devon earlier this summer and couldn't resist taking a snap."
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image captionAnd finally a picture from Kaila Drayton of waste recycling bins near the Amazon. Next week the theme is hidden, and the deadline for your entries is 23 August. 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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