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Your pictures: Doors

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image copyrightNicola Collins
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is doors and we begin with this photograph by Nicola Collins of the Des Moines River in Iowa, US.
image copyrightAndrea Onate
image captionAndrea Onate: "Doorway at the Ollantaytambo archaeological site in Cusco, Peru."
image copyrightJony Underwood
image captionJony Underwood: " I live in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands and I took this photo on Cofete beach, in the south of the island. We were there all day and waited for the sun to set. These doors open up to a cemetery on the beach."
image copyrightHugo Talbot
image captionHugo Talbot: "Beautifully clear light strikes this door in the picturesque Romanian city of Brasov."
image copyrightSamantha Scallan
image captionSamantha Scallan: "I took this last Thursday when on a walk around Winchester with my children. The doors are the main ones to Winchester Cathedral, and I was struck by the contrast between the red of the doors and the sandstone."
image copyrightVirendra P Singh
image captionVirendra P Singh: "These blue doors are all you see of cave homes carved into the mountain found in Santorini, Greece."
image copyrightLinda Daruvala
image captionLinda Daruvala: "Beachfront cafe in Littlehampton, Sussex."
image copyrightMriganka Kalita
image captionMriganka Kalita: "The church door seems to be the only stoic presence amidst shadows, playful and thoughtful at Kastro - the highest point in the pretty hillside town of Plaka, the capital of Milos, an extremely laid-back Cycladic island in Greece."
image copyrightHugo Talbot
image captionHugo Talbot: "This demolition work in Berlin reveals the location of doors on each floor of the neighbouring building that has been left standing."
image copyrightRhoda Richardson
image captionRhoda Richardson: "A section of Shanghai Old Town is torn down - the old doors line the path through the demolition site."
image copyrightAnne Weiland
image captionAnne Weiland: "After driving through Yellowstone Park my husband and I stayed overnight in the tiny town of Dubois, Wyoming. When we were heading out of town the next day we saw this unusual longhorn skull doorway."
image copyrightManisha Malhotra
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Manisha Malhotra. The next theme is "nature" and the deadline for your entries is 4 March. 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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