Your pictures: Lines

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image copyrightChris Greenhow
image captionChris Greenhow took this picture in Boston, Massachusetts.
image copyrightScott Rawsthorne
image captionScott Rawsthorne: "I took this picture in Ladywell Fields in south-east London. I got my daughter to play on the playground apparatus holding a torch while the camera was making a long exposure. The end result is an image which captures a child's energy and movement through lines of light."
image copyrightRobert Bourgaize
image captionRobert Bourgaize: "During the construction and completion of the Port Mann Bridge outside Vancouver, BC Canada, my wife and I took aerial pictures. This photo from 2014 shows lines in the support wires, the main traffic lanes, the train tracks and the logs in the river."
image copyrightPhil Willmott
image captionPhil Willmott: "Scaffolding is often thought to be an eyesore, but given the right lighting, as on this sunny winter morning, it can transform an otherwise austere facade."
image copyrightBarbara Pleskach
image captionBarbara Pleskach: "Prom night at LaSalle High, St Ignace, Michigan."
image copyrightGareth Jones
image captionGareth Jones: "A boarded-up window at an abandoned airfield in Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada."
image copyrightMaria Płonka
image captionMaria Plonka: "Taken somewhere between the Faroe Islands and Denmark. These lines on the water show my return home."
image copyrightRob Taylor
image captionRob Taylor: "Lines snake, filled with small stones and pebbles between rocks, on the seashore at Lyme Regis, Dorset."
image copyrightQuentin Cherrier
image captionQuentin Cherrier: "Nakhon Phanom Illuminated Boat Procession, Thailand 2016."
image copyrightFrances Hulme
image captionAnd finally an image by Frances Hulme of the Tate Modern. The next theme is "Warmth" and the deadline for your entries is 6 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 to "We set the theme; you take the pictures," at the bottom of the page.

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