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Your pictures: Swifter

image copyrightParul Saini
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is "swifter", and we begin with a photo taken by Parul Saini of a man riding a wave at Wild Wadi in Dubai.
image copyrightRichard Newell
image captionRichard Newell: "The swiftest rickshaw driver in London, making the jump to light speed."
image copyrightDaniela Pagliarello
image captionDaniela Pagliarello: "Dancing to the opposite side of a speeding Toronto subway."
image copyrightHolly Fischer
image captionHolly Fischer: "A surfer catches a wave at Sandy Beach, next to Koko Crater on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Warm summer days push surfers to grab their boards and head out to face a challenging rock road in front of the Halona Blowhole."
image copyrightGAIL CURRIE
image captionGail Currie: "An early morning gallop on Morecambe beach, it was deserted and the riders were making the most of the vast expanse of sand."
image copyrightAndrea Giubelli
image captionAndrea Giubelli: "I was taking a photo of a painted wall when I heard a voice, 'Excuse me, I'm in a hurry!' And a young woman on bicycle passed in front of my camera."
image copyrightANKUR SINGH
image captionAnkur Singh: "Shot at midnight, it is Ramadan in UAE [United Arab Emirates] and the whole city is full of lights and decorations."
image copyrightChristian H Casal
image captionChristian H Casal: "We took this brand new KC-130J aircraft from California to Okinawa, Japan. We took a rest stop at a remote island of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshal Islands."
image copyrightAugustin Cross
image captionAugustin Cross: "A hand-crafted metal spinning top photographed on a white light background."
image copyrightClaudia Martens
image captionAnd finally a photo taken by Claudia Martens in Venice, Italy. Next week the theme is "higher", and the deadline for your entries is 7 August. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.

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  • We set the theme, you take the pictures