Your pictures of Scotland: 22 - 29 August

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image source, Ian Gordon
image captionYoung Oran Gordon enjoys his first trip to see the heather at West Lomond in this picture sent in my his father Ian. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image source, Alan Tough
image captionReader Alan Tough burned the midnight oil to capture this beautiful image of the Northern Lights from the Covesea lighthouse in Lossiemouth.
image source, George McConnachie
image captionGeorge McConnachie spotted this bottlenose dolphin swimming next to his boat while he was on a boating trip near the Isle of Coll.
image source, Shelia Jones
image captionA beautiful image from Sheila Jones showing the size and colour of the balloons from Strathaven's annual hot air balloon festival.
image source, Stuart Miller
image captionClimber Stuart Miller sent us this stunning photo of his friend Ulrike Nabholz at the top of Liathach in the north west Highlands.
image source, Ian Doig
image captionOne of the racers at Knockhill takes a corner a little too fast in this picture from Ian Doig from Glasgow.
image source, Roy Fraser
image captionRoy Fraser took this shot of his son Calum and daughter Isla at Cullen Beach, Moray.
image source, Sylvia Beaumont
image captionSylvia Beaumont send in this image of a horse and cow posing for a picture near the North Berwick Law area.
image source, Stuart Watson
image captionThe University of Glasgow casts an impressive shadow over Glasgow in this sunset shot from Stuart Watson.
image source, Neil MacNeil
image captionThis rainbow was seen over Gael Charn, near Laggan, by Neil MacNeil from Edinburgh.
image source, John Queen
image captionA Little Grebe feeds one its chicks a minnow at Alexandra Park in this picture from John Queen.
image source, Beth Loft
image captionBeth Loft took this photograph from the car park at the Broch of Gurness, looking across Eynhallow Sound towards Eynhallow on the left and Rousay on the right
image source, Liz Hamilton
image captionThe stunning vistas over Tarves village were captured by Liz Hamilton when she took this image from the Prop of Ythsie in Aberdeenshire.
image source, Stephen Millard
image captionStephen Millard took this photo of his son's reaction to balloons over Girvan.
image source, John Herbert
image captionJohn Herbert captures the peacefulness of Loch an Daimh while on a climbing trip to Stucd an Lochain.
image source, Stuart Gardner
image captionStuart Gardner's 11-year-old son Max spotted this view looking across to Marischal College in Aberdeen when returning to the multi-storey car park after a late-night shopping trip.
image source, Russell Battrick
image captionRussell and Edith Battrick from New Zealand, spent two days on the Isle of Luing. This was their night-time view of the village of Toberonochy.
image source, Brian Hughes
image captionThis flower of Scotland was taken by Brian Hughes.
image source, Martin Mann
image captionThis crab was making its getaway on the pier at John O'Groats, says photographer Martin Mann.
image source, Kim Bennett
image captionKim Bennett from Cupar managed to get close enough to these damselflies to photograph their amazing blue colours.
image source, Pete Johnston
image captionThe view over Lochan na h-Achlaise towards Black Mount taken by Pete Johnston

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