Your Pictures of Scotland: 5 August - 12 August

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image captionDavid Cooper from Glenrothes, sent in this photograph of the 'new duck pond' that had formed in his garden.
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image captionAngus Chisholm from Inverness sent us this photograph of Tolsta beach on the Isle of Lewis.
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image captionJason Clarke from Glasgow took this picture of a flooded Sighthill cemetery this week.
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image captionChee Seong Foo from Livingston managed to capture the northern lights visible this week over Loch Turret Reservoir.
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image captionKendall Kay said of this picture - "stunning scenery, fab weather, dear friends and a well deserved refreshment".
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image captionLisa Spiers from Carnoustie said this hare and young sparrow were just sitting together on a tree that had fallen in her garden at the start of the year during the bad weather.
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image captionTwin sisters Imogen and Emilia Barlow make the most of a flooded footpath in Dalgety Bay, Fife.
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image captionSue Rees said that it was very wet day but she still enjoyed the Traquair fair and the fire men added some warmth and humour to the event.
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image captionEmma Campbell from Denny said she didn't know who was more surprised when the curtains were opened one morning this week.
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image captionSylvia Beaumont from North Berwick captured the sailing dinghies at North Berwick during the Topper Championships.
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image captionVic Sharp from Roslin sent in this picture of a fox taken while he was out walking in a field near his house.
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image captionSandy Crowe from Falkirk said his son was "lost in the moment" on a trip to Loch Earn.
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image captionMorris Leonard from Killearn photographed the fish sculpture at Loch Ard in the Trossachs, this week.

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