Your pictures of Scotland

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 16 and 23 September. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightJohn Bousie
image captionTayvallich's natural harbour. John Bousie, from Auchtermuchty, described it as a "hidden gem".
image copyrightBrett Wells
image captionBrett Wells visited King's Caves, Isle of Arran.
image copyrightEllen Hensley-Schwartz
image captionEllen Hensley-Schwartz, from Virginia in the US, met the star of Killin Agricultural Show during her holiday.
image copyrightRonnie
image captionCaisteal Maol Castle. Ronnie was there for a motorcycle rally on Saturday.
image copyrightElaine Latto
image captionThe first harvest moon of the year. Elaine saw it on 16 September.
image copyrightDavid Meikle
image captionThe Pap of Glencoe reflected from Glencoe Lochan. David Meikle was out for a walk with friends on Saturday afternoon.
image copyrightAnne Marie Warnock
image captionAnne Marie Warnock visited Dunfermline Abbey tower.
image copyrightJoe Armstrong
image captionJoe Armstrong sent in this photo of a farrier at work.
image copyrightTish Mitchell
image captionBrightly-coloured houses in John O'Groats caught the attention of Tish Mitchell who was on holiday in Sutherland.
image copyrightDale Graham
image captionAe Forest was the mountain bike track of choice for Dale Graham, from Dumfries, and 15 fellow cyclists.
image copyrightKim Bennett
image captionKim Bennett, from Cupar, watched this kingfisher from a hide in Fife.
image copyrightMarie Trippick
image captionA semaphore signal at Stranraer harbour station. Marie Trippick said the "old guys' outing" recreated a trip taken by the then four young guys in 1973.
image copyrightGill Campbell
image captionGill Campbell went for a walk in Old Sauchie, Stirling, at sunrise.
image copyrightJeremy Barber
image captionJeremy Barber visited Orkney's Longhope, from Holland, to see the grave of a relative who died in 1915 while serving on HMS Dreadnought. He also recalled the local lifeboat crew who perished during a rescue in 1969.
image copyrightBrodie Sandilands
image captionBrodie Sandilands walked the West Highland Way, from Bridge of Orchy to Crianlarach, with the university hill walking club on Saturday.
image copyrightCalum Murrays
image captionSpectators gathered for the Camanachd Cup Final in Fort William. Calum Murray spotted Newtonmore's biggest fan.
image copyrightGraham Ingram
image caption"The Queensferry Crossing is nearly there", said Graham Ingram.
image copyrightIoana Colfescu
image captionIoana Colfescu sent in this photo of Arran.
image copyrightGraham H Black
image captionThis robin recovered after flying into Graham's greenhouse in Arbroath.
image copyrightLiam Barron
image captionLiam Barron, from Insch, visited Loch Muick with Murphy the Schnauzer.

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