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Gallery: Focus on the everyday objects around the house

09:17 13 January 2014

Close up of bubble wrap, submitted by iwitness contributor Janice Poulson.

Close up of bubble wrap, submitted by iwitness contributor Janice Poulson.

Imaginative photographers have been lining up everyday household objects and focusing on the unusual shapes and patterns that emerge when you zoom in on them.

The latest iwitness24 topic was inspired by the work of the Framlingham Camera Club, who photographed these items from a different angle.

Images submitted by our iwitness community show the real beauty of bubble wrap, the brightness of measuring spoons and the complexity of a window blind.

Can you make out all of the images in our latest gallery? See top right.

For more images, click here.

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