Your pictures: Aroma

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image copyrightJames Hardman
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is aroma and we begin with this photograph taken by James Hardman who said: "All food exudes irresistible aromas to Buddy the Labrador."
image copyrightFrederik Van Lambalgen
image captionFrederik Van Lambalgen: "The aroma of a good espresso: hot, black and strong."
image copyrightGabriel Burns
image captionGabriel Burns: "Fresh figs exposed for selling in south Italy."
image copyrightCamilla Reynolds
image captionCamilla Reynolds: "Here my mum is enjoying the smell of lavender on a warm summer day. She adopted this pose and my son just copied her, as they do. I don't think he had a clue what it was all about. Taken as Snowshill farm in Gloucestershire."
image copyrightTom Laws
image captionTom Laws: "Not all aromas are pleasant, here are the biking and kayaking shoes that are currently in our drying room."
image copyrightLuke Edeson
image captionLuke Edeson: "You can almost see the aromas coming off this Korean barbecue in Hong Kong."
image copyrightManisha Malhotra
image captionManisha Malhotra: "Aroma of baking ingredients amid Christmas baking preparations at home."
image copyrightBeth Edmundson
image captionBeth Edmundson: "This photo of my sister Laura and I was taken in Hakone in Japan in 2009. It is an area famous for the hot springs which give off the most horrible aroma of rotten eggs. We could barely breathe from the smell and found it hilarious."
image copyrightAshla Thomas
image captionAshla Thomas: "The sharp pungency of the onion ring must have been absorbed, at least in part , by the tiny polymer ball."
image copyrightVic McGrail
image captionVic McGrail: "The otherworldly geothermal geysers at Rotorua, New Zealand. The aroma of sulphur strikes you as soon as soon as you enter the town."
image copyrightJames Lawton
image captionJames Lawton: "Two cats wait for a hand-out in the old medina in Fez, Morocco. The meat was unrefrigerated and, out in the open, lending a very strong aroma to the surrounding area that attracted these two hungry cats."
image copyrightDiana Kosslerova
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Diana Kosslerova. The next theme is "rainfall" and the deadline for your entries is 18 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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