Your pictures: Three colours

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image copyrightGeorge Olney
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "three colours" and we begin with a picture by George Olney who said: "Often in my studio work I just use the three primary colours."
image copyrightJason Shrubb
image captionJason Shrubb: "When it comes to painting the skies with a coat of red, white and blue, the Red Arrows always give a masterclass." Picture taken at the Bournemouth Air Festival 2015.
image copyrightSusan Riggs
image captionSusan Riggs sent in a number of pictures including this one of a chrysanthemum.
image copyrightSusan Riggs
image captionAnd this one, which she describes as the favourite three colours from her colouring pot.
image copyrightIain Connell
image captionIain Connell: "This was taken whilst driving to Death Valley, California. A brief stop had been made at the ghost town of Randsburg and I was intrigued by the town opera house set against a rather threatening sky."
image copyrightRichard Ellis
image captionRichard Ellis: "A surprise addition to my coffee in Oxford whilst sheltering from the rain with friends."
image copyrightTony Cowburn
image captionTony Cowburn: "Beach huts with red, yellow and blue doors at Swanage, Dorset."
image copyrightAlice Davies
image captionAlice Davies "Blue houses amongst the black and white, with the absence of a blue sky in Edinburgh."
image copyrightSophie Hodgson
image captionSophie Hodgson: "The Vanoise Express Cable Car makes its way to Peisey-Vallandry to collect people at the end of a hard day on the slopes."
image copyrightGary Cox
image captionThe final word goes to Gary Cox: "Maybe 48 hours ago I would have sent something else, this just seemed the most appropriate image to fit the theme." The next theme is "windows", and the deadline for your entries is 24 November. 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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