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Here is our weekly selection of the best photographs sent in by readers. We start with a picture by Jan Walker of a pheasant taken at Studley Royal in North Yorkshire.

Seaside fisherman

Ian Black: "I was walking the coastal paths from South Shields to Seaham yesterday and took this picture of someone fishing."

Monkey eating

Balan Vinod: "This monkey was eating food given to it by tourists at Lalbagh Gardens, Bangalore, India."

Girls swimming

Robyn Owens: "Final year students at a Perth girls' school celebrate the formal end of classes before the university entrance exams begin with a uniformed swim at Cottesloe beach," in Australia.

Man jumping

Scott Kelly: "A picture of me jumping from one of the cliffs near the old city of Dubrovnik", in Croatia.

Colosseum, Rome

Neil Shoulder: "I took this picture of the Colosseum while on holiday in Rome last weekend just before some torrential rain rolled in."

Boy splashing in the rain

Lynn Williams: "Photo is of Ross Williams, age 18 months, and yes, he would have been better in a swimming costume."

Weymouth to Swanage coastal path

David Cargill: "My son and I walked part of the Dorset section of the South West Coastal Path, from Weymouth to Swanage over the past weekend."


Annie Maclean: "Two fluffy kookaburras at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia."

Snow fall

Brenna McConnell: "First snow of the year for Fairbanks, Alaska, USA."

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