Your pictures: Together

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image copyrightIan Whitters
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "together", and we begin with this picture by Ian Whitters of two trees on top of Dechmont Hill, Cambuslang, Glasgow.
image copyrightTharun Zacharia
image captionTharun Zacharia: "Roses and Ring. I proposed to my other half on our recent trip to Crete. Happy to say that she said, 'Yes.' Together forever."
image copyrightStacey Ann Elliott
image captionStacey Ann Elliott: "My mother and two of her granddaughters together for a walk in the woods."
image copyrightvik waters
image captionVik Waters: "My wife and I finally made it to Paris."
image copyrightAyo Okulaja
image captionAyo Okulaja: "The three of us are journalists on a training course at Radio Netherlands Training Centre in Hilversum, and on our last day of the three months training we travelled to Utrecht to be part of the pre-King's Day celebration, ahead of our departure the following day."
image copyrightJonathan Dee
image captionJonathan Dee: "Brother and sister next to each other, together, facing an expansive calm sea. The juxtaposition of my kids together looking out towards the bleak, loneliness of the water made this a special image for me."
image copyrightNicola Wells
image captionNicola Wells: "A lovely cup of tea together after an afternoon of dog training. Good company and the best drink of the day."
image copyrightManisha Malhotra
image captionManisha Malhotra: "A team of hardworking fishermen at early morning hunt. They were singing and pulling the net. And in spite of so many unsuccessful attempts, they didn't give up."
image copyrightAndy Watson
image captionAndy Watson: "My daughters and their cousin running into the sea in Pembrokeshire at sunset."
image copyrightPaul Castro
image captionPaul Castro: "A battalion of cleaners get ready to sweep up after this year's LGBT [gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender] pride march in Sao Paulo, Brazil."
image copyrightRoger Hawa
image captionRoger Hawa: "Two teenagers just appeared at the top of the desert dunes waving at us, like two silhouettes from another planet. The afternoon light of a clear December day in the Dubai desert gave the picture this deep orange colour."
image copyrightAsta Uleviciene
image captionAsta Uleviciene: "I'm studying photography at City and Guilds, and my chosen theme is "abandoned buildings". While searching for abandoned areas, I came across this unusual but incredibly intriguing sculpture in the middle of a field near Reading. It is called The Nuba Embrace and is by John Buckley."
image copyrightPhil Couvrette
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Phil Couvrette of ringtailed lemurs. The next theme is "alone", and the deadline for your entries is 16 June. 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 or go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/inpictures and look for Share your photo.

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