Your Pictures of Scotland: 29 July - 5 August

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The view from Bidean nam Bian in Glencoe, looking towards Ben Nevis over the Aonach Eagach Ridge, was a welcome sight for Thomas Lavelle from Glasgow. 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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This skua took a fish from Tony Diver's hand during a sea fishing trip off Stornoway. Gordon Macrae took the photo.
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A water lily in Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy was a good spot for this water vole to enjoy the sunshine. Andrew Herbert from Kinghorn stayed on dry land to take the photo.
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Their first holiday in the Highlands took Steff Martin's family to Plockton. The family found time for crab fishing during their break from Bonnybridge.
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Mike Cooper from Aberdeenshire was there to see the drums and pipes of the Gordon Highlander Association play in the grounds of Drum Castle.
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This is the view from the office in Glasgow where Stuart Neville from Clydebank works.
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Fenella, David and Sholto found a way to cool off in Duart Bay on the Isle of Mull while mum Sarah James looked on.
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Time for a rest for these walkers and Jim Ross from Linlithgow. Buachaille Etive Mor provided a scenic backdrop.
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This former hotel in John O'Groats has had a facelift. The bright facade caught the attention of Helen Murray during a trip to Caithness.
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Damp, cold weather deterred neither these cyclists nor David Blackwood from an evening out in Bellahouston Park.
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Then they were gone. Frances Menter watched from the safety of her flat in Camperdown Street, Dundee as nearby high rise flats were demolished.
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Tartan Day in Union Street was a colourful affair. Greg Wittrick from Aberdeen captured a parade leader in full ceremonial dress.
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A walk along the Cateran Trail gave Jim Reynolds from Bargeddie a good view of the Spittal of Glenshee.
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A competitor tackles the cross-country phase of Hopetoun International Horse Trials. Simon Humphreys from Edinburgh saw Hopetoun House and the River Forth in the background.
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The maze at Pollok House entertained David Stewart and his family from Johnstone. He took this photo just before a wedding party arrived.

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