Your pictures of Scotland: 14 - 21 September

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Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock photographed this red kite at Bellymack farm, near Castle Douglas.Image source, Other
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Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock photographed this red kite at Bellymack farm, near Castle Douglas. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Lee Kindness took this shot of his "photographic assistant" taking a walk along the beach at Portobello before bed.Image source, Other
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Lee Kindness took this shot of his "photographic assistant" taking a walk along the beach at Portobello before bed.
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Katherine Fotheringham from Scone said getting Andy Murray's autograph in Dunblane after his US Open victory was worth the three-hour wait.
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Peter Stanford from Dunfermline took this image of the RAF Red Arrows display team flying into a cloud at the Leuchars airshow in Fife
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A beautifully clear Loch Tay and Ben Lawers, shot from Kenmore hill by Harris Keillar from Edinburgh.
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Jean-Marie Stewart took this shot in Paisley because it is not every day you see a giraffe at a cash machine.
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Fiona Kelly from Edinburgh sent in this shot of Scara Brae on Orkney.
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George Saunders from Aberlour photographed this tawny owl at the north east falconry centre, near Cairnie
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Aeleen Campbell's sister Jacqueline has recently taken up fishing, so it was an apt subject for her 40th birthday cake.
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Lance Cunningham captured his friends Iain and Kenny from Fife, during a day out track racing.
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William Wallace from Aberdeenshire said he was alerted to this rainbow by fellow walkers as he was heading away from Loch Muick.
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Nice view but what about wet feet? Suzanne Lennie, from Falkirk, came across a chair in Black Loch, near Limerigg, Falkirk. Was it abandoned by a fisherman?
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Mum Tanya Osborne photographed son Ethan on hay bales in Oldmeldrum.
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First Minister Alex Salmond celebrated the success of Scottish Olympians and Paralympians at London 2012.The photo was taken in Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket by Joyce Hunnam.
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Anna Murray from Currie, Edinburgh, took her dogs Cuillin and Dougal to Loch Brandy in Glen Clova on Saturday.

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