Your pictures: Metal

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Image source, Rico Rodriguez
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Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "metal", and we begin with a picture of a sculpture by Rob Mulholland, set in the waters of Loch Earn in Perthshire.
Image source, Carl Chamberlain
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Carl Chamberlain: "I took this picture by arranging a new set of spanners I'd bought, on a mirror. The fronds you can see around the arrangement are a strategically placed yucca plant reflecting in the mirror. Only natural light from a window was used."
Image source, Victoria Martindale
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Victoria Martindale: "The now disused metal 'plane' at Greenham Common, once used for fire training practice."
Image source, Andrew Norman
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Andrew Norman: "A pile of anchor chain, which was stacked on the quayside in Harwich[, Essex,] and surprisingly shiny considering the salty element."
Image source, Peter Carter
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Peter Carter: "At a local charity event, this farrier was using the occasion to practise for a forthcoming competition. He started off with a stick of metal and provided a running commentary on everything that he was doing."
Image source, Barrie Watts
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Barrie Watts: "Lots of rusting metal in these old gas holders in Bournemouth, Dorset."
Image source, Nigel Jackson
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Nigel Jackson: "A metallic skeletal hand in a London shop window."
Image source, Heather Fitsell
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Heather Fitsell took a different approach and sent in this photograph of Glaswegian metal band Bleed From Within performing at Hevy Fest in Kent.
Image source, Alison Moffitt
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Alison Moffitt: "A box of gold and silver drawing pins."
Image source, Gilbert MacKay
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And finally, a photograph by Gilbert MacKay. The next theme is "reflections", and the deadline for your entries is 4 August. 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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