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Peter Moore saw the sun rise at Laurelvale in County Armagh. Send your pictures to nipics@bbc.co.uk. See terms and conditions.

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Horses and their riders take to Rossnowlagh beach in County Donegal, taken by Roy Fisher.

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Jarlath Smyth stopped on his way to work in Andersonstown, west Belfast to capture this sunrise.

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Kevin Convery in Maghera doubted whether this hidden car was taxed and insured.

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Waves crash in Castlerock on a stormy day, taken by Gail Stewart.

Slemish

These sheep seem more interested in their photographer Phil Patterson than Slemish in the background.

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Valerie Stewart from Dunamanagh in County Tyrone photographed snowflakes resting on barbed wire.

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Paul Thompson stood on the Giant's Causeway looking east to take this picture.

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This picture of an overflowing stream in Rostrevor was taken by Thomas Dunlop.



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