Your pictures of Scotland: 27 September to 4 October

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Cyclists in the Highlands
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Greg Robertson, from Streatham, was on a cycling holiday in the Highlands. Photo sent in by Patrick Fallon. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Peter and his son
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Peter Drozd, from Slovakia, introduced his family to Findhorn beach following a few years away from the Highlands.
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Iain Slorach, from Cardross, was brave enough to look down from the viewing platform of the Titan Crane in Clydebank.
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Cowcaddens fire station threw open its doors to the public on 22 September. Jon Bodie, from Glasgow, was among the visitors.
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Gavin Mitchell, from Callander, visited the Kibble Palace in Glasgow's Botanic Gardens.
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The old pier at Craigendoran railway station. Photo by Hugh Hamill from Helensburgh.
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Firkin Point on the banks of Loch Lomond. Chris Towers said he had fond memories of climbing the tree with friends.
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A view across Loch Tay to Kenmore. Allan Green, from Glasgow, was cycling to Inverness at the time.
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This statue greeted Stewart McConnell, from Cleland, as he walked down the street in Kilmarnock.
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Thomas Kerrigan, Caroline and James went for a walk between Rowardennan and Sallochy Bay and saw this impressive toadstool.
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Construction work at the Firth of Forth was photographed by Simon Filsell from Edinburgh.
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Scout leader Matthew Wood took this photo of a camp fire by Canty Bay near North Berwick.
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Luisa Fallon's evidence that The Helix skate park, in Falkirk, is open. Photo sent in by Gregor Watson.
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Andy Young, from Livingston, was heading home after visiting his parents in Philipstoun when he photographed this sunset.