Your Pictures of Scotland: 30 September - 7 October

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image captionA red sky in the morning over Craiglockhart Dell 'may be a shepherd's warning but it is a photographer's dream' said Beverley Bergman from Edinburgh. 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 captionDumbarton Rock pictured on what Gordon Bennett from East Kilbride described as the 'last day of summer'.
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image captionThe colour of the leaves on the trees in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens drew the attention of city resident Joyce Watson.
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image captionBob McIntosh stumbled across Ardclach Bell Tower, built in 1655, while he was on holiday at Laikenbuie croft near Nairn.
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image captionAutumn beckons. John Young from Ayr knows this but he is not so sure about these brambles near Dunure, Ayrshire. The unseasonal weather brought out a spring flower on the autumn fruit.
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image captionBig skies off the coast of the Isle of Bute, near Kildavanan, caught the attention of Jim Harper from Troon.
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image captionDumbarton Rock pictured on what Gordon Bennett from East Kilbride described as the 'last day of summer'.
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image captionTents lit up at night on the Isle of Skye were a welcome sight for Martin Kubes during a road trip around the north coast of Scotland.
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image captionSunrise near Linn of Quoich, west of Braemar, signalled the start of a fine day of hill walking on Beinn a' Bhuird for Jim Braid from Kintore, Aberdeenshire.
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image captionThe new cairn in Airivruaich on the Isle of Lewis commemorates the arrival of Bonnie Prince Charlie after the Battle Of Culloden in 1746. Gordon Macrae took the photo.
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image captionHedges in Pitmedden Gardens, Aberdeenshire, gave Catherine J Campbell from Ellon another opportunity to try out her camera.
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image captionMillport on the Isle of Cumbrae was getting ready for the annual September weekend firework show. Ewen Robertson and family had moved back to the island after living in New Zealand for 10 years.
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image captionArdmair Bay was a stopping point for Roger Watt's 10-day holiday in Sutherland and Wester Ross. He was visiting from Vancouver, Canada.
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image captionThe Colin McRae Forest Stages Rally prompted 11-year-old Campbell to take a photo. Dad Billy McTavish also watched the action in Craigvinean, near Dunkeld.
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image captionPreparations were well under way at the Enchanted Forest in Pitlochry. Thomas Haywood from Edinburgh was there to see the light show.
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image captionWaves off the coast of Campbeltown drew Martin Cox, wife Christine and their three border collies who were on holiday from Moffat.

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