Your pictures of Scotland: 23-30 September

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 23 and 30 September. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightMargaret Winton
image captionMargaret Winton walked along the Fife coastal path to Kinghorn harbour on Sunday.
image copyrightOllie Hughes
image captionOllie Hughes, from Edinburgh, walked through autumnal woods near Comrie.
image copyrightKeith Valentine
image captionBen won a race held by Fort William Scottish Downhill Association on Sunday. Photo by Keith Valentine.
image copyrightMarion Gallon
image captionMarion Gallon attended the world stone-skimming championships on Easdale Island in Argyll.
image copyrightBill Purden
image captionThe Jacobite steam train crosses Glenfinnan Viaduct. Photo by Bill Purden from East Kilbride.
image copyrightSiobhan Beeton
image captionSiobhan Beeton and mum Helen visited Iona while on holiday from Canada.
image copyrightStuart Wallis
image captionAbseiling off Inn Pin, Skye. Photo by Stuart Wallis.
image copyrightGurdev Johal
image captionSunrise over Dundee. Gurdev Johal had this view over the city's harbour.
image copyrightBrian Curley
image captionDunino Church in Fife. Brian Curley said coins are placed on a sundial to bring good luck.
image copyrightRobert Davidson
image captionRobert Davidson, from Coatbridge, noticed a rainbow over Loch Long.
image copyrightGary Alexander
image captionA homecoming event in Edinburgh for Scotland's Olympians and Paralympians. Photo by Gary Alexander from Armadale.
image copyrightAlan C Tough
image captionThe aurora borealis over Hopeman Beach. Alan C Tough, from Elgin, was there about 22:10 to watch the "colourful and active auroral display".
image copyrightMike Wragg
image captionDysart harbour, once used as an 18th Century Le Havre in the TV series Outlander. Mike Wragg, from Glenrothes, was there on Monday.
image copyrightMary Lewis
image captionMoonlight over Stromness. Mary Lewis, from London, said she is enjoying "glorious Orkney".
image copyrightJohn Pennycott
image captionJohn Pennycott, from Arran, spotted these cormorants on Thursday morning.
image copyrightAnthony Robson
image captionThis scene of Portobello and Fife reminded Anthony Robson, from Edinburgh, of a scene from Lord of the Rings.
image copyrightKevin Marshall
image captionDutch vintage car owners stopped in Kinross on their annual tour of Scotland. Kevin Marshall met them on Saturday.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionThe River Tay on Tuesday afternoon. Eric Niven, from Dundee, had this view from Telford Bridge in Dunkeld.
image copyrightKathleen Humphris
image captionDusk settles over Loch Beannacharan, Glen Strathfarrar. Photo by Kathleen Humphris from Inverness.

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