Your Pictures of Scotland: 17-24 June 2011

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image captionElie beach proved to be a good location for a game of cricket. Ryan Gray from Cupar took the photo. 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 captionPitlochry bloomed between showers when Les Fernie, from Perth, took this photo.
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image captionSophie explored the shore of Loch Linnhe with her feathered companions while mum Sheila Ryan looked on.
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image captionMorning broke over Plockton pier during Duncan MacKechnie's holiday.
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image captionWalter McLaren from Galashiels captured a blooming Bank Street Gardens.
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image captionThe gannet colony on Bass Rock caught Ian Macrae Young's attention during a trip there.
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image captionPreparations for the Wickerman Festival were under way when Emma and Jimmy Mathers from Fort William came across the wicker man in Kirkcudbright.
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image captionSusannah Cooper was in charge of the camera while Euan Carrick flew a Piper PA28 Warrior aircraft over Holy Loch with the town of Kirn on the left, across the River Clyde from Greenock.
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image captionCrail Food Festival brought a crowd to the harbour area. Frances Menter from Dundee thought the weather was more Costa del Sol than East Neuk.
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image captionMike McKendrick from Aberdeenshire thought that this was a novel way to go for a bike ride along the Moray Firth.
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image captionThis bee was too busy in Aimee Meechan's garden in Aberdeen to notice her taking a photo.
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image captionA passing German tourist told Barry and Betsy Dickson from Alloa: "You guys are either crazy or heroes." They were cycling on the road up the 2053ft Bealach na Ba on their way to Applecross in Wester Ross at the time.
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image captionCameron was airborne during the warm-up for his first men's 10k run in Glasgow. His dad David Clark was there to capture the moment.
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image captionThe Riverside Museum gleamed for Michael Beglan and other visitors in its first week.
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image captionA coastal walk at St Abbs Head was part of the itinerary of Ethan Hallbeyer's holiday. He was on vacation from Toronto, Canada.

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