Your Pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 September

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Image caption, A family holiday to Traigh Eais beach on the Isle of Barra provided Alasdair Milne from Motherwell with lots of photo opportunities. 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, Rain gathered on a spider's web in 10-year-old Jocelyn and dad Andrew's garden near Falkirk.
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Image caption, A friendly face greeted Libby Warren from Bloxwich in the West Midlands when she got off the ferry in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.
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Image caption, Mark Cavendish relaxed before the start of the Tour of Britain. Dave Harris from Penicuik was in Peebles to watch the cycle race.
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Image caption, The ruins of Geldie Lodge with Carn Cloich-mhuilin in the background. Jim Braid, from Kintore, said Sir Hugh Munro, who compiled Munro's Tables, died before he could climb this last Munro.
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Image caption, The Great Scottish Run half marathon saw runners take to the streets of Glasgow. Among them was Joanne Bremner who hopes this man makes it '28 in a row'.
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Image caption, High tide and gale force winds at the tail-end of ex-hurricane Katia led to preparations for the stormy weather on the jetty on the Isle of Iona. Martin Kubes said the street was flooded with seaweed.
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Image caption, A white-tailed eagle stretches its wings at Blair Drummond Safari Park where Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock saw it.
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Image caption, The intricate stone masonry on St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh was snapped by Weronica Jasek.
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Image caption, The tail-end of ex-hurricane Katia meant a stormy sea at Largs for David Livingston.
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Image caption, A stag posed for a picture as dusk fell over Portree. Duncan A McNab from Dundee captured the scene from the Isle of Raasay.
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Image caption, The Titan Crane in Clydebank was transformed into a giant rope swing for charity. Mark Harkin looked on as this volunteer got ready to swing.
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Image caption, Stewart Dawson's brother Scott got married in Lochgoilhead, not in the tree house.
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Image caption, A walk through the Birks of Aberfeldy took Keith Desmond, from Perth, past this waterfall.

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