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Your pictures: Windows

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image copyrightAimee Bracken
image captionEach week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "colours", and we begin with a picture by Aimee Bracken taken in the Atlas mountains of Morocco.
image copyrightAlex Gounaropoulos
image captionAlex Gounaropoulos: "A woman making the most of her window-seat on a flight to Athens. I guess the perfect triangle of light in the dimly lit cabin caught my eye more than the scenery down below."
image copyrightLeon Herbert
image captionLeon Herbert: "In the basement of a local art shop in Leicester. Love the light poking in through the moss-covered waffled windows."
image copyrightHelen Yorke
image captionHelen Yorke: "I took this in Portmeirion, [Gwynedd,] during my holiday in September this year. The weather was uncharacteristically hot and bright for the time of year, making the colours just pop out at the lens."
image copyrightVeena Sasidharan
image captionVeena Sasidharan: "Friends in reminiscence - taken in an old warehouse near the harbour at Fort Cochin[, Kerala, India]."
image copyrightJoel Puls
image captionJoel Puls: "Nestled inconspicuously among the buildings of the Avenue Ledru-Rollin, just a short walk from the Gare de Lyon train station [in Paris], the church provided me some much-needed shade from the blazing midday Sun and a bit of peace and quiet from the incessant hustle and bustle of the city."
image copyrightMh Zhou
image captionMh Zhou: "A winter evening, I passed by Vaclavske Square (Wenceslas Square), Prague. I noticed that the windows of a boutique were very striking. Many black silhouettes of figures and brand names were decorated in the windows of each floor of the building. The figures and the profiles of windows against warm lights made an eye-catching silhouette picture."
image copyrightDavid Hawson
image captionDavid Hawson: "Reflection in a window in Delft[, the Netherlands]. I liked the juxtaposition of the solidity of a rectangular brick wall and the distorted, almost fluid, reflections in the square glass panes."
image copyrightJon Neville-Jones
image captionWhile climbing up the stairs inside the fortified walls of Dubrovnik, Croatia, Jon Neville-Jones spotted this view of the old city, through a turret window.
image copyrightSusan Connolly
image captionAnd finally, a picture by Susan Connolly. The next theme is "corners", and the deadline for your entries is 1 December. 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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