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Your pictures: Fragile

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image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is fragile and we start with a photograph by Nijs Martine, who said: "This snail looks so fragile out of its comfort zone."
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image captionRupert Britton: "Fragile economy - a selection of euro banknotes projected on the delicate structure of a goose feather."
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image captionMichelle Carroll: "My kitten Pickle when she was still 'fragile' - she hadn't quite found her voice then."
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image captionStephen Arrandale: "A wasp's nest which I thought was uninhabited until I set a table lamp next to the subject."
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image captionMark Higgins: "The dandelion's last stand."
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image captionSean Anderson: "Fragile emotions."
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image captionElizabeth Shiner: "My friend asked me to take some pictures of her first child. I think this captures the fragility of a new life."
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image captionFrank van Megan: "This spiderweb looks very fragile."
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image captionCaroline Stone: "The deep-rooted fragile hope of new beginnings."
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image captionAnd finally a photo from Rafael Vicente de Araujo. Next week the theme is "fluffy", and the deadline for your entries is 25 October. 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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