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In pictures: What are your best views of Scotland?

Views of Scotland Image copyright Isabelle Andersson
Image caption The views around Ben Nevis come out top for Isabelle Andersson from Aberdeen

Glencoe, Loch Ness and Loch Lomond have been ranked among the top 10 best views in the UK.

The highest place went to Snowdon in Wales, followed by the Three Sisters at Glencoe.

The Three Sisters Image copyright PA
Image caption This view of The Three Sisters was ranked second in a UK-wide poll

Stonehenge in Wiltshire came out third, but we asked for your favourite views from around Scotland.

Here we've collected some of the very best of the pictures you've sent us.

Views of Scotland Image copyright Ken Rooney
Image caption Ken Rooney loves the Mirror Man statue in Loch Earn, especially when it's a sunny day
Views of Scotland Image copyright Cal
Image caption It's the shore of Leith on a warm summers eve that makes the grade for Cal
Views of Scotland Image copyright Fiona Ferguson
Image caption Fiona Ferguson says there are so many views to choose from on her favourite islands of Iona and Orkney
Views of Scotland Image copyright John Hutcheson
Image caption One of John Hutcheson's favourite destinations is Torridon, where he says the scenery is wonderful
Views of Scotland Image copyright Graeme Taylor
Image caption Graeme Taylor reckons it's hard to beat a pint outside the Applecross Inn looking towards Skye and Raasay
Views of Scotland Image copyright Jim Haworth
Image caption Loch nan Uamh on the road to Mallaig is one of the favourite views of Jim Haworth from Lancashire
Views of Scotland Image copyright Keith McClory
Image caption Keith McClory loves the Eildon Hills from Scott's View, as seen in this epic shot
Views of Scotland Image copyright Michael Boyd
Image caption It has to be the Forth Bridge for Michael Boyd - he says this is one of the best views in Scotland
Views of Scotland Image copyright Victus
Image caption Another bridge, this time Victus recommends Glenfinnan on the North Coast 500
Views of Scotland Image copyright Andy Cole
Image caption Andy Cole captured this amazing shot of Loch Venachar at sunset
Views of Scotland Image copyright Grahame Guild
Image caption Tobermory and its iconic seafront is the spot for Grahame Guild
Views of Scotland Image copyright Stewart Morrison
Image caption Stewart Morrison believes the view from Goatfell, Isle of Arran, is worth raven about
Views of Scotland Image copyright Alan Gauton
Image caption The standing stones at Stenness on Orkney were sent in by Alan Gauton
Views of Scotland Image copyright Ian Ritchie
Image caption Scotland is known for its castles - Ian Ritchie sent in this of Stirling Castle on a winter morning
Views of Scotland Image copyright Neil Henderson
Image caption The sunset from Portnadoran is really pretty hard to beat

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