Your pictures of Scotland: 21 - 28 September

image source, Phil Randall
image captionA baby adder in the hills near Portpatrick. Phil Randall was thankful it was only a baby. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to
image source, Ross Clark
image captionThe black dot on the cliff face is a climber on Buachaille Etive Mòr. Ross Clark was descending the Curved Ridge when he spotted him. The A82 is the road in the background.
image source, Maureen Ryan
image captionMaureen Ryan's grandson Matthew, from Kirkcaldy, watched the bus being righted at Lothian Buses’ garage on Saturday.
image source, Ian McDermott
image captionRuari went to Grey Mare's Tail on his ninth birthday. Dad Ian McDermott, from Galashiels, said his brother and sister were trailing in his wake.
image source, Scott Henderson
image captionScott Henderson, from Tranent, spotted this on the steps to the Observatory on Edinburgh's Calton Hill.
image source, Alan Smith
image captionAlex and Cameron on the summit of Cairngorm after a walk along The Corries. Dad Alan Smith, from Aberdeen, said there were 'definite signs of winter on the way'.
image source, Katy Sensier
image captionA traffic jam on the road to Elgol on the Isle of Skye. Katy Sensier, from Bristol, was on holiday when the cows followed her family along a side road.
image source, Alison Connell
image captionA walk home from school in the autumn meant bramble heaven for Alison Connell.
image source, Alistair Stevenson
image captionA tree on Lochmaben golf course was photographed by Alistair Stevenson from Lockerbie.
image source, Sylvia Watson
image captionEntrants in the mud race at Craufurdland Castle near Fenwick. Sylvia Watson, from Kilmarnock, was among the spectators.
image source, Alex McSorley
image captionAlex McSorley watched a hot air balloon take off from St Boswells Green.
image source, Ken Milne
image captionA scarecrow on the Isle of Skye. Ken Milne, from Glasgow, said it is one of the scarecrow entrants in the Tattie Bogal competition.
image source, Scott Mackay
image captionScott Mackay, from Penicuik, saw these swans at Kildonan beach on the Isle of Arran on 21 September.
image source, Des Byrne
image captionThis is where the foam which covered streets, cars and houses in the Footdee area of Aberdeen during Tuesday's storms came from. Des Byrne braved the weather to take this photograph.
image source, Hugh McMinn
image captionHugh McMinn, from North Berwick, watched as a bald eagle landed on son Greig's arm during a visit to a falconry in Gleneagles.

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