Your pictures of Scotland: 8-15 September

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 and 15 September. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

image copyrightNeil Gorst
image captionSunrise at Tayvallich - captured on camera by holidaymaker Neil Gorst.
image copyrightJohanna Gericke
image captionJohanna Gericke was also in Argyll and Bute. She saw the sun come up over Loch Tromlee and Ben Cruachan.
image copyrightJames Williamson
image captionAt Cramond beach, near Edinburgh, Isla the dog enjoyed a refreshing paddle.
image copyrightRuth Jenkins
image captionRuth Jenkins spotted these sunflowers on the John Muir Way between Edinburgh and North Berwick - but she didn't see the bees until she was up close.
image copyrightJamie Burgoyne
image captionJamie Burgoyne took this striking picture of the hills and glens during a short break to the Isle of Skye.
image copyrightStuart Wilson
image captionJack, 4, and two-year-old Finn look delighted to be at the summit of Ben A'an in the Trossachs. Proud dad Stuart Wilson said they hiked up the hill themselves.
image copyrightDavid Kent
image captionPerhaps this photo most accurately represents this week's weather. David Kent and his friends were heading towards Kinlochleven along the West Highland Way.
image copyrightAlastair Macdonald
image captionThe sun was shining on this barley field in Nairnshire. It was photographed by Alastair Macdonald this week.
image copyrightAnne Wallace
image captionThese yachts were taking part in the 16th annual Jeanneau Fun Race from Largs to Colintraive on Saturday. Unfortunately, the race was abandoned due to lack of wind.
image copyrightScott Murray
image captionScott Murray reckons Kilchurn Castle must be one of the most photographed in Scotland - so he decided to take this one from the inside, looking out.
image copyrightLorna Milne
image captionLorna Milne sent us this picture of the McManus Galleries in Dundee as it is marking its 150th anniversary this week.
image captionAlex Grant says he could not stop the car quickly enough when he came upon this view of Loch Torridon
image copyrightAnne Smith
image captionA beautiful dog in front of a stunning view. The picture was sent in by Anne Smith who was on holiday in Harris.
image copyrightNeil and Marielle Mackenzie
image captionNeil and Marielle Mackenzie didn't want to leave the Isle of Kerrera after their day trip last Saturday. They nearly didn't - the ferry broke down on their way home.
image copyrightBruce Davidson
image captionThis picture of Luskentyre beach on Harris was sent in by Bruce Davidson.
image copyrightSara Boardman
image captionThis giant spider's web looks like silk - it was photographed in Dorlin, Ardnamuchan, by Sara Boardman, from St Andrews.
image copyrightRae McKenzie
image captionLocal rider Fiona Beattie took part in the first day of the Scottish Downhill Mountain Bike Championships at Nevis Range.
image copyrightFrank McCafferty
image captionSunset at the Kelpies and Frank McCafferty describes them as "fire horses".
image copyrightJimmy Thomson
image captionThe streetlights were reflecting off the water as night fell in Macduff. Jimmy Thomson was behind the camera.
image captionGraeme Purves came upon this sight on a very sunny and still morning on the water between Loch Eil and Loch Linnhe at Fort William, Lochaber.
image captionEmma Smith took this shot while on a fieldtrip with some geography pupils to Skye as they headed to Elgol.
image captionA downpour of biblical proportions didn't stop this couple from enjoying their coffee at Kelvingrove Park, says Jim McGinley from Uddingston.
image captionThis display at a farm between Bo'ness and Linlithgow made Geraldine Walker from Inverness smile.

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