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Your pictures of Scotland: 27 July - 3 August

image copyrightTrish Dunlop
image captionScotland took on Wales in the U19 world lacrosse championships in Turku, Finland. Trish Dunlop's son, Iain, played in the number seven shirt. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to
image copyrightDavid May
image caption"Just the best shop on Harris", said David May.
image copyrightMichelle Young
image captionStorm clouds gathered. Michelle Young, from Fife, pulled over while driving from Largo to Anstruther to take this photo.
image copyrightJane Norbury
image captionKyle McCallum and Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt took part in a handfasting ceremony when they married at Castle Menzies, near Aberfeldy. Photo by Jane Norbury and sent in by Frances Menter, the groom's aunt and mother.
image copyrightKath Manners
image captionLucy, Joanna and Paula on a windy day at Mull of Galloway. Kath Manners, from Edinburgh, took the photo.
image copyrightKatie Bell
image captionAmy Beth said Archie the labrador 'needs to learn to ring the doorbell' on South Uist. Photo by sent in by Katie Bell.
image copyrightDavid Cooper
image captionFestival weekend at Riverside Park, Glenrothes. David Cooper said the balloons were released to coincide with the start of the opening ceremony of London 2012.
image copyrightNick Heller
image captionToy soldiers and Roman legionnaires were part of the Honest Toun's festival. Nick Heller, from Musselburgh, watched them pass.
image copyrightKenny Beaton
image captionThree-year-old Skye made it to the summit of Buachaille Etive Mor, Glen Coe, 'under her own steam' for the first time, said proud dad Kenny Beaton from Kilsyth.
image copyrightIain Wilkinson
image captionIain Wilkinson, from Dunfermline, thought the wellington boots garden at St Monans in Fife was appropriate for the summer Scotland has had
image copyrightHelen Wilson
image captionThe Red Arrows appeared at Peterhead's Scottish week celebrations. Helen Wilson, from Mintlaw, enjoyed the spectacle.
image copyrightIneke Watt
image captionDave created the mermaid on Northton beach on the Isle of Harris. His wife Ineke Watt, from Glenfarg, said he likes to make sand sculptures any time he is on a beach.
image copyrightSteven Wilkinson
image captionSteven Wilkinson, from the Isle of Tiree, went to this field near Gullane, East Lothian, every day until it was 'covered in colour'.
image copyrightKathryn Williamson
image captionKathryn Williamson ensured kitten Mabel was comfortable in her new pad.
image copyrightMatthew Bishop
image captionA member of a freestyle motorcycle stunt team takes to the air. Matthew Bishop, from East Linton, was at East Fortune Airshow.

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