Your pictures: Reflections

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image copyright Ian Salisbury
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "reflections", and we begin with the photograph by Ian Salisbury or a polar bear in Svalbard.
image copyrightPhilip Watson
image captionPhilip Watson photographed the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare: ". It was a filthy day, with torrential rain, and as we sheltered from the elements, I spotted the carriages from the Golden Arrow pier train, parked up awaiting their tractor, and reflected in the rain-slicked new decking."
image copyrightDavid Holden
image captionDavid Holden: "Still waters caught in the early morning on the German Mosel just moments before a speedboat cut into the scene."
image copyrightMaud Eager
image captionMaud Eager: "Two glass jugs reflected onto a white kitchen surface in the morning sun. Now the kitchen has been re-vamped, the setting for these photos no longer exists. Such is progress."
image copyrightStephen Benson
image captionStephen Benson photographed Buttermere in the The Lake District, Cumbria.
image copyrightAllan Donaldson
image captionAllan Donaldson: "If conditions are still, a very clear reflection of the Red Squirrels can be achieved. These were taken during my second attempt as the first day I tried, about three weeks earlier, was just too windy and the Squirrels didn't show at all."
image copyrightMark Davies
image captionMark Davies: "Narrow boats on the canal near my home in Birmingham."
image copyrightSue Fleckney
image captionSue Fleckney: "Reflection of the rear of the train in a carriage window as it goes around a sharp bend, Ecuador."
image copyrightNeil Duffy
image captionNeil Duffy: "Pointing straight at the propeller nosecone of a King Air aircraft, created this weird effect. The propellers are actually behind the surface but can be seen stretching inwards from the corners as they reflect off the side of the conical shape of the hub. Also, if you look at the grain in the corona of the sun, it also reminds the eye that this is actually a 3D surface pointing towards the camera rather than away."
image copyrightMaya Karunaratne
image captionAnd finally, a photograph by Maya Karunaratne in Sri Lanka. The next theme is "summer", and the deadline for your entries is 11 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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