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Your Pictures: 5 September - 12 September

Troon shore

This stunning range of colour was captured by Stephen Manson from Troon shore looking across to Arran

Summer's night

Anne Cheeney's "typical summer scene" was shot on a very wet night from the Law in Dundee


This low-angle shot of dandelions at Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris was taken by Donald Mackinnon


Jim Ross, from Glasgow, was tickled by the amusing expression on this dragonfly he photographed on the West Highland Way near Chashel

Fishing for ducks

Four-year-old Adam goes fishing for rubber ducks at the Water of Leith visitor centre. Picture: Keith Walker

Isle of Barra

Ian Ricketts snapped this picture of the Isle of Barra, taken from the the highest point on the island

Wet shopping

Marissa Collins and Jillian Cuthbert improvise hats to keep the rain off while out shopping in Glasgow. Picture: Ben Begley

Three sons

Caren McClaren sent in this picture of her three sons looking out over Kilbirnie Loch, near Beith in Ayrshire

Pink shoes

Nick Strange spotted these pink shoes on a neighbour's washing line in Whinnyfold, Aberdeenshire


A swan seen through the rain-beaded window of Peter Stewart's canal boat on the Union Canal.


Colin Montgomery found this idyllic campsite at Inverpolly while on a fishing trip last week

Alternative coastal route

Kay Thomas, from Dingwall, spotted the completely submerged "alternative coastal route" on a boat trip just off Arisaig

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