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Your pictures of Scotland: 10-17 July

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image copyrightCamille
image captionThe puffin lawn on the Isle of Lunga. Photo by Camillie from Troon. Send us your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk
image copyrightJM Jossinet
image captionJean-Marc Jossinet and son, from Alberta, camped at Lochan a’ Mhuilinn while walking the Scottish National Trail.
image copyrightBryony Cullen
image captionSunset over Kippford, Dumfries and Galloway. Bryony Cullen was there on Monday.
image copyrightKirsty
image captionWild flowers bloom on the site of Stirling's old council offices. Kirsty Holmes, from Dalgety Bay, was visiting family.
image copyrightShona Valentine
image captionBoats in Cromarty. Photo by Shona Valentine.
image copyrightAndy Bryden
image captionAndy Bryden, from the Clyde Valley, said these mushrooms seemed to have appeared overnight.
image copyrightPaul Barrett
image captionSunset over Edinburgh. Paul Barrett was walking his dog along the promenade in Fisherrow, Musselburgh, at the time.
image copyrightRex Sircus
image captionTeam GB biathlete Robert Sircus, from Kincraig, roller-skied up the road from Cockbridge to the Lecht Ski Centre as part of his training regime for coming season. Dad Rex says The Lecht is "an ideal training ground".
image copyrightInnes Gray
image captionThis is what the Kelpies look like inside. Innes Gray was on a tour of Andy Scott's equine sculptures at The Helix.
image copyrightAli Preston
image captionRory visited the beach, on the Isle of Lewis, with mum Ali Preston from Glasgow.
image copyrightBeth Loft
image captionShetland and Orkney's new air ambulance. Beth Loft, from Sanday, watched it land in the local airfield on Saturday.
image copyrightBenjy Boyle
image captionBenjy Boyle, from Alexandria, watched a cruise ship dock in Greenock.
image copyrightJoyce McConnell
image captionRhododendrons are reflected in Strichen Loch. Joyce McConnell, from Stuartfield, watched the goose look at the water.
image copyrightPeter Hargraves
image captionThe view along Glen Clova from Craig Mellon. Peter Hargraves was there on Thursday.
image copyrightNeil Grant
image captionAn Arctic tern feeds its chick on the Isle of May. Photo by Neil Grant.
image copyrightGeorge McCartney
image captionThe first tee, to the right of the tented village, in Gullane for the Scottish Open. George McCartney, from Bathgate, and his wife were on holiday.
image copyrightJames Boag
image captionA bumble bee landed in James Boag's garden in Ferryden, Angus, on Thursday.
image copyrightIsobel Bannerman
image captionIsobel Bannerman and her husband, from Ballater, spent a fruitless morning fishing in Loch Vrotachan.
image copyrightMike Leonard
image captionWhat looks like a smoke bush plant growing through railings in Glasgow. Photo by Mike Leonard.
image copyrightRowena Murray
image captionThe tombolo connects St Ninian's Island to Mainland Shetland. Photo by Rowena Murray.
image copyrightBarbara Seaton
image captionBarbara Seaton watched a plane land on the beach, on the Isle of Barra, on Sunday.

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