Your pictures of Scotland: 13-20 May

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Scalpsie BayImage source, Tom Dunlop
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Scalpsie Bay, Isle of Bute. Photo by Tom Dunlop from East Kilbride. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
Sunlight reflected in windowsImage source, Dave Stewart
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Dave Stewart, from Edinburgh, liked the setting sun reflected on window panes in Newhaven.
Image source, Eric Niven
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Ben Vorlich and Loch Earn. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was there on Wednesday.
Image source, Michael Robertson
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A damselfly landed in Michael Robertson's garden in Dunfermline.
Image source, William McClelland
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People cross a strip of shingle leading to Davaar island. William McClelland, from Glasgow, says Ailsa Craig is in the background.
Image source, Michael MacDonald
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Michael MacDonald stopped at the A832 viewpoint overlooking the Glen of Inverbroom, towards Loch Broom, on Saturday.
Image source, James Orr Ross
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Lichen on granite in Saltcoats. James Orr Ross, from Coylton, was at the town seafront.
Image source, Stewart Morrison
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A red squirrel visited Stewart Morrison when he was on holiday in Croy.
Image source, Jilly Graham
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Disused pylons are airlifted from Crieff now that the Beauly to Denny powerline is up and running. Photo by Jilly Graham.
Image source, Gerry Feeney
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Sgurr Mor in the Fannich mountain range near Aultguish. Gerry Feeney was out walking with friends.
Image source, Kirsty McNeill
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Kirsty McNeill, from Pathhead, thought Yester Parish Church in Gifford looked bonny on Sunday.
Image source, David Linkie
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The Skerries as viewed by David Linkie, from Edinburgh, who was on holiday in Arisaig.
Image source, Lesley Hamza
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Day breaks over the River Tweed. Photo by Lesley Hamza from Peebles.
Image source, Innes Edwards
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Flying Scotsman travelled through the Borders on Saturday. Innes Edwards, from Edinburgh, had travelled to watch it on its journey.
Image source, Gordon Fairbrother
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Gordon Fairbrother, from Milngavie, visited Old Raasay harbour.
Image source, Frances Menter
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A pink wild hyacinth in Frances Menter's garden in Dundee.
Image source, Eddie Ingram
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Eddie Ingram and Kev had spent the day in canoes before watching dusk fall over Glenuig.
Image source, Juliane Mildschlag
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Juliane Mildschlag and friends walked the West Highland Way in six days. On day five they were in Glen Coe heading towards the Devil's Staircase.
Image source, Liz Gregg
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Liz Gregg, from Pinmore, spotted a ladybird on waste ground in Ayrshire.
Image source, Lorna Milne
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Lorna Milne went for a walk to see Loch Earn's 'Still' art installation when the rain stopped.
Image source, Ken Smith
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Fishermen on Kingsbarns beach. Photo by Ken Smith.
Image source, Catrina Petrie
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Catrina Petrie visited Fortingall Church.
Image source, Benjy Boyle
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A young deer in the hills above Alexandria. Photo by Benjy Boyle.
Image source, Emma Macalister Hall
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Not the Mediterranean but Kintyre's Saddell beach. Zoe was there, on Sunday, with mum Emma Macalister Hall from Carradale.
Image source, David Nichol
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David Nichol gazed out over Selkirk golf course.