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Your pictures: Numbers

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image copyrightRoberto Pestarino
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "numbers" and we begin with this photograph sent in by Roberto Pestarino taken near Volterra in Italy.
image copyrightJoanna Thomas
image captionJoanna Thomas: "On holiday in Iceland over the summer, I took this shot of the Plimsoll line on one of the huge trawlers in Reykjavik harbour."
image copyrightCaroline Shaw
image captionCaroline Shaw: "The numbers of hours I spend a day trying to get my three children to eat. This is my daughter yesterday evening after one hour at the table having still not consumed a single piece of pasta."
image copyrightJenny Downing
image captionJenny Downing: "The mathematical beauty of Fibonacci spirals in a dandelion seed-head."
image copyrightSamina Farooq
image captionSamina Farooq: "Puzzles and riddles."
image copyrightIan Wylie
image captionIan Wylie: "Steam engine 4464 Bittern about to haul The Ebor Streak out of London King's Cross station at the start of a historic high speed East Coast Main Line run to York, paying homage to Mallard's world steam speed record set in July 1938. A recorded top speed of 92.8mph was announced on board the modern day trip."
image copyrightLauren Saggers
image captionLauren Saggers: "Half a dozen eggs for a beautiful breakfast cooked one morning of a rainy getaway to Porthgwarra, Cornwall."
image copyrightKatherine Terech
image captionKatherine Terech: "I'm a library technician at a law library in Toronto, Ontario. Numbers to me are the call numbers of books or the dates of all the law publications from the books we receive."
image copyrightRakesh Chandode
image captionRakesh Chandode: "Numbers on different shapes of dice."
image copyrightAimée van Roekel
image captionAimee van Roekel: "My son flying in the water after the other kids had left."
image copyrightParijat Bhattacharjee
image captionParijat Bhattacharjee: "Numbers can mean so many things. Finally, I decided to photograph my mother as she worked through the sudoku this morning - a popular numbers game."
image copyrightgraham baker
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Graham Baker. The next theme is "upside down" and the deadline for your entries is 24 September. 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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