Your pictures of Scotland: 26 August - 2 September

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 26 August and 2 September. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image source, Anthony Robson
image captionAnthony Robson believes this young kingfisher may be finding its own territory in the Figgate Park, in the east of Edinburgh.
image source, Morris Macleod
image captionLuskentyre beach in Harris looks picture perfect in this photograph taken by Morris Macleod.
image source, Nina Mackay
image captionBetween the showers, Nina Mackay photographed a "beautiful rainbow" at Ackergill near Wick, looking out towards Noss Head.
image source, Caroline Whiting
image captionCaroline Whiting took this photograph of a "perfect sunset" over the River Clyde in Glasgow.
image source, Nicola Pearson
image captionSheldon-the-tortoise was caught on camera at the Callanish Stones, while on his holidays in Lewis. He belongs to Nicola Pearson's niece, Rebecca.
image source, Neil McDade
image captionNeil McDade sent in his photograph of a striking sunset over Edinburgh.
image source, Derek Pake
image captionCome rain or shine, Paddy the playful Collie enjoys playtime on Barassie Beach, according to Derek Pake.
image source, Martin Mulloy
image captionMartin Mulloy spotted this unusual signpost on the Isle of Mull.
image source, Frances Fyfe
image captionFrances Fyfe, of Ayr, spent last Saturday foraging in the Galloway Forest Park, near Newton Stewart.
image source, Kirsty Barker
image captionKirsty Barker's sons, Nathan and Andrew, got up early on Saturday morning to watch the hot air balloons take off at the Strathaven Balloon Festival.
image source, Tom Dunlop
image captionTom Dunlop reckons there must be a pot of gold beneath Dumbarton Rock
image source, Jim Wood
image captionArran is the background of this photograph, taken from Newton Shore, Ayr, by Jim Wood. He said the wreck in the foreground is a sunken coal boat.
image source, Gemma Keith
image captionGemma Keith, 17, captured the stars over Aberdeenshire during a very clear night in Banchory.
image source, Jarlath Flynn
image captionJarlath Flynn enjoyed the Edinburgh Festival fireworks from the roof of his home in Kingsknowe.

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