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Your pictures: Flight

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image copyrightMatthew Skelton
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "flight" and we begin with this photograph of a tern taken by Matthew Skelton.
image copyrightRichard Follett
image captionRichard Follett: "A glimmer of sun emerges to highlight the majestic sight of the last remaining Vulcan bomber in flight over the Rye, East Sussex countryside."
image copyrightJohannis Terzeon
image captionJohannis Terzeon: "I managed to get this shot on my phone during a recent walk around Canary Wharf. Looks pretty good with the fish-eye effect too."
image copyrightGodfrey Glyn
image captionGodfrey Glyn: " I was on the seafront at Blackpool on a cold March evening as the sun set and watched the starlings preparing to roost. The patterns they made in the sky varied from second to second. This is my favourite one in which they created the image of a bird in flight."
image copyrightIan Garfield
image captionIan Garfield: "A Dutch F-16 Fighting Falcon takes off from RAF Waddington last year to start a spectacular display at the annual airshow."
image copyrightSteve Moynihan
image captionSteve Moynihan: "A Boeing 747 on final approach to London Heathrow, with the sun setting below it. Taken from my friend's roof top apartment in Hammersmith."
image copyrightTom Redgrove
image captionTom Redgrove: "I took this picture of an owl in flight at a bird show. This is a new thing for me, I've always loved taking photos but got a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex camera) recently and started taking it more seriously."
image copyrightIan Garfield
image captionIan Garfield: "An F15E Strike Eagle from the USAF in North Wales."
image copyrightShweta Soni
image captionShweta Soni: "We all may have flown in planes but this flight was literally out of this world. My first skydiving experience, jumping from 13,500ft above ground."
image copyrightAndrew Knight
image captionAndrew Knight: "Living in the shadow of Manchester Airport."
image copyrightStephen Arrandale
image captionAnd finally... a photograph by Stephen Arrandale. The next theme is "sunshine" and the deadline for your entries is 25 June. 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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  • We set the theme, you take the pictures