Your pictures: Intense

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image source, Justin Lovett
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "intense", and we begin with this image from Justin Lovett of what he describes as an intense wind.
image source, Yvonne Tilbury
image captionYvonne Tilbury: "Rudie, an accidental photo where the camera flash and lighting did not work properly. A little bit of tweaking resulted in this. He looks like he is looking into your soul."
image source, Elk Arne Clausen
image captionElk Arne Clausen: "My interpretation of the ancient clan of all female Amazon warriors, produced in Kampala, the Ugandan capital, as a concept in creative studio photography with extensive additional Photoshop editing."
image source, Andrew Lane
image captionAndrew Lane: "A shot of Duke Zero One playing a recent gig at the Jam Cafe in Nottingham."
image source, Kyle Burt
image captionKyle Burt: "A Bugatti rounding the Rascasse corner during the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix Historique."
image source, David Watson
image captionDavid Watson: "This fair ride was an intense spectacle, not only for those riding in the seats being spun at a great height, but also for the colourful lights that resemble a landing spaceship."
image source, Najka Mirkovic
image captionNajka Mirkovic: "The intense colour of flowering roses at the Dubrovnik open city market."
image source, Oksana Tuchina
image captionOksana Tuchina: "Street art performance in Paris."
image source, Alex Mclintock
image captionAlex McLintock: "This was taken in the Bolivian Andes at an altitude of around 4,500m [14,750ft]. I had never seen the stars and Milky Way so intensely vivid and clear, so I fetched my friends to pose. The picture was a 30-second exposure and I used my headlamp to illuminate our faces."
image source, lenny
image captionAnd finally... a photo of a strawberry in water submitted by Lenny, who is experimenting with high-speed photography. The next theme is "migration" and the deadline for your entries is 16 April. 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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