Your pictures: City skylines

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image source, Michael Keenan
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "city skylines", and we begin with this picture by Michael Keenan of Seattle as seen from Queen Anne Hill, Washington State.
image source, Jane Barrett
image captionJane Barrett: "Here is a picture of the Stockholm skyline. The waterfront was so straight and uniform I transformed it into a circle to give it a totally different perspective."
image source, Rachel Hain
image captionRachel Hain: "A view of the Pudong skyline taken from the Bund, Shanghai. I was transfixed by this two-layered cityscape made up of both people and skyscrapers."
image source, Manju Kumari
image captionManju Kumari: "This photo taken in Millennium Park in Chicago, reflects the big monuments of the city."
image source, Owen Bowler
image captionOwen Bowler: "The Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, caught as a reflection."
image source, Daniel Furon
image captionDaniel Furon: "San Francisco skyline on a cloudy late afternoon, looking towards the west."
image source, Joel Vardy
image captionJoel Vardy: "An early morning photo of The 02 from across the River Thames in London."
image source, Richard and Katherine Milton
image captionRichard and Katherine Milton: "Doha's skyline is stunning, wherever the viewpoint."
image source, Michael Elleray
image captionMichael Elleray: "This was taken from the top deck of the MS Eurodam, a Dutch flagged passenger cruise ship, on a late afternoon departure from New York in September 2010. The natural light at this time of the day make this photo a favourite of mine."
image source, Peter Benson
image captionAnd finally, a photograph of London by Peter Benson. The next theme is "umbrellas", and the deadline for your entries is 3 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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