Your Pictures of Scotland: 20-27 May

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image captionAnne Holford said Collieston Pier looked as though it was under attack when she took this photo during a recent storm. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image caption'Essential Scotland' is how Sally Horton from Pullman, Washington State, described this scene when she was on holiday at Loch Eriboll, Durness.
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image captionAnna adjusts her helmet in preparation for the M74 Bike and Hike. Picture taken by her dad Mark Sinclair.
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image captionJames Dougan said he had to find another route to Dunfermline Abbey after this tree blocked a footpath in Pittencrieff Park in the aftermath of Monday's storm.
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image captionStuart Low said these grey skies over Plockton failed to dent the enjoyment of his uncle Philip and aunt Maria, who were on holiday from Sydney
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image captionThe Clydesdale horses were a star attraction at the annual Fife Show in Cupar for Pat Donald from Dalgety Bay.
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image captionAndy McGowan was climbing Stuc a' Chroin when he paused to look down on the rainbow.
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image captionPots in a greenhouse and moss from Morag Henderson's garden in Balmullo, Fife, provided a nest for these robins
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image captionElla enjoys the hills of Inverleith Lawn at Edinburgh Botanics. Photograph sent in by her father Alastair Dickie.
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image captionThese lobster pots at Eilean Mor on the MacCormaig Isles caught the attention of Crawford Bell from Kinnaird, Larbert.
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image captionAlan Hird from Aberdeen saw this maintenance crew getting ready to spruce up the Scottish Parliament.
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image captionCamban bothy, near Glen Affric, was a welcome place to rest on a wet and windy night for Ineke Watt and friends from Glenfarg, Perth.
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image captionThis was the view from Allan Reid's garden in Alford, Aberdeenshire.
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image captionMist on hills behind the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye couldn't stop Euan Finlayson from Oban from seeing more of the island during his holiday.
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image captionThe rain stopped long enough to allow Graeme Stewart, from Glasgow, to take this photo of the waterfall in Rouken Glen Park.

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