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Caught in a snap

Picture sent in by Paul Fildes

The freezing weather continues its icy grip on much of Britain. Here are some of your pictures. Photo: Paul Fildes in Ambleside, Cumbria.

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Spot the difference. Mortaza Abrahime sent us a photo from last summer in Wolverhampton and another from last Thursday.

Picture sent in by John Gardner

There's not a hot dog in sight as John Gardner's three terriers take to the ice in Northampton.

Picture sent in by Mavis Pickering

The cold has turned this fountain in a Birmingham park from a water feature to an ice sculpture. Photo: Mavis Pickering

Picture sent in by Peter Scott

Peter Scott snapped this pair of swans swimming amongst the ice on a lake in Thorne, near Doncaster.

Picture sent in by Paul Dowell

The angel of the North. Or more like the snow angel, perhaps? Paul Dowell's daughter lying in the snow at Collier Law in Co Durham.

Photo: Dave Hambidge

Dave Hambidge in Kidsgrove, Staffordshire: "I left the tap open and our garden water butt leaked during the freeze-up creating these rims of thin ice crystals."

Picture sent in by Marc Simpson

The train arrives in Tring for Marc Simpson's cold commute to the capital for work. Please send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk



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