Your pictures: Freedom

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image copyrightJulia Loveridge
image captionEach week we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "freedom" and we begin with this photograph, taken by Julia Loveridge.
image copyrightNicola Kelleher
image captionNicola Kelleher: "These working dogs are in the trailer and have just arrived on site. They are all scrambling to be released and start an enjoyable day out."
image copyrightLise Leino
image captionLise Leino: "A man enjoying the calmness of the Indian Ocean at sunset."
image copyrightKyle Keogan
image captionKyle Keogan: "Finally breaking free."
image copyrightKarina Boissonnier
image captionKarina Boissonnier: "I believe in love, arts and freedom. These are the three things that I want to show in my photographs."
image copyrightAshla Thomas
image captionAshla Thomas: "An eerie, mist-covered morning at the cemetery near my house in High Wycombe. A different kind of freedom of spirit perhaps?"
image copyrightRuth Calvo Tello
image captionRuth Calvo Tello: "My fell-running shoes provide me the freedom to enjoy the Lakeland fells and to enjoy running for the love of running."
image copyrightLucy Jenkins
image captionLucy Jenkins: "Our son and his best friend had spent most of Sunday afternoon on the Xbox, so we took them to Stourhead to get away from it all."
image copyrightShobha Vanchiswar
image captionShobha Vanchiswar: "A milkweed seedpod bursting open to liberate the seeds. Freedom!"
image copyrightTrina Fitzalan-Howard
image captionTrina Fitzalan-Howard: "Taken at the national arboretum; as the poem goes, 'At the going down of the sun we will remember them.'"
image copyrightAlistair Beckett
image captionAlistair Beckett: "Shot on Hove seafront, free from the surly bonds."
image copyrightEla Fraczkowska
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Ela Fraczkowska. The next theme is India and the deadline for your entries is 4 February. 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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