Your pictures: High visibility

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image copyrightJason
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week the theme is high visibility and we begin with an image sent in by Jason of Burmese Buddhist nuns collecting alms in Hsipaw.
image copyrightGeoff Leckey
image captionGeoff Leckey: "Otters trying to mug visitors for food."
image copyrightMaria Chebysheva
image captionMaria Chebysheva: "My friends during boat racing in Turkey. A comparative analysis of costly high-tech binoculars versus an inexpensive natural high-vision approach. Binoculars win: you can always enjoy a nice splash when you drop them into water."
image copyrightBarry Cook
image captionBarry Cook: "Workman painting yellow lines on cobbled street in Edinburgh."
image copyrightCrow
image captionCrow: "It is the Scream, hideously caricatured with a melon, a black marker and a couple of lasers."
image copyrightDavid Phillips
image captionDavid Phillips: "At the Reading festival I was particularly impressed with the three-tier human pyramid which would be difficult to do at the best of times, but in the middle of the crowd is amazing!"
image copyrightAdrianne Amri
image captionAdrianne Amri: "This was taken at a memorial in Berlin two years ago. Every time I look at the picture it makes me feel like the person in the distance couldn't get away from my stare."
image copyrightGabrielle Valdez
image captionGabrielle Valdez: "Trying to spot some wild animals while on a safari walk."
image copyrightEle Heys
image captionAnd finally a photo by Ele Heys of an indoor crazy golf course in Oostende. The next theme is "disguise" and the deadline for your entries is 12 March. 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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