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Hurricane Dean: Your photos

Copyright: Ian G

Ian G sent this picture of people in Grand Cayman trying to get away before the arrival of Hurricane Dean.

Copyright: Ian G

Ian G, Grand Cayman: "The waves did not head in to shore until after the winds had died down."

Copyright: Simon Barwick

"Twenty foot waves have beaten the south shore of the [Grand Cayman] island." Photo: Simon Barwick.

Copyright: Simon Barwick

Simon Barwick, Grand Cayman: "We know all too well what could have been if the predicted direct hit had occurred"

Copyright: Kaye Brown

Kaye Brown's brother is on RFA tanker Wave Ruler waiting to deliver aid to the Cayman Islands. This was his view.

Copyright: Katie Clare Adams

Katie Clare Adams took this picture of the Cayman Islands on Monday morning. The rain had just started, she told us.

Copyright: Katie Clare Adams

"The wind is really picking up" Photo: Katie Clare Adams.

Copyright: Katie Clare Adams

Katie Clare Adams hopes the power will stay on so she can send the BBC more footage!

Copyright: Jan Rennalls

Jan Rennalls "We were lucky to get assistance to board up our windows at our home in Stony Hill, Jamaica."

Copyright: Lee Wilbur

Lee Wilbur is in Dominica working at the National Disaster Management Office.

Copyright: Lee Wilbur

Last minute hurricane preparations in Dominica. Picture: Lee Wilbur. Send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. See right hand side for terms and conditions.




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