Your Pictures of Scotland: 27 May - 3 June

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image captionGood weather helped preparations for a music festival in Knoydart. Sandy Sutherland was visiting from Alberta, Canada.
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image captionGardeners were hard at work in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens to mark the 100th anniversary of the RNID when Allison Gibb saw them while on a day trip from South Lanarkshire.
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image captionA glimpse of sunshine at Chanonry Point, on the Black Isle, caused this young dolphin to smile or so thinks John Happs from Ayr.
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image captionAdam Purdie said that he and his workmates completed the West Highland Way, from Fort William to Milngavie in five days for charity, and had to be at work in Dumbarton the next day.
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image captionThe weather during the Edinburgh IRB Sevens at Murrayfield was like four seasons in one day according to Andy Garnett.
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image captionSurfers at Barassie beach, Troon, reaped the benefits of strong winds and provided a good photo opportunity for William Wheelans from Kilmarnock.
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image captionThis row of De Loreans parked in a lay-by were enough to make Sam Grant dash for the camera.
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image captionStarfish were in abundance when Mark Smith and fiance Kaire went walking around Carlingnose Point at North Queensferry.
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image captionLuke enjoyed the view from Duncryne or 'The Dumpling' at Gartocharn, despite the showers said his dad Mark Wilson from Glasgow.
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image captionAlex McSorley from Melrose liked the colour of the poppies in his neighbour's garden.
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image captionThis chartered yacht was moored off Ballachulish when Martin Briscoe from Fort William spied it.
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image captionBlondie and Amy had just finished the Long Wood gallop on the Dumfries ride out when Gordon Nicol took this photo.
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image captionWilliam looked very pleased with himself having reached the top of his fifth Munro, Stob Binnein, according to his dad Neil Gammack from Newcastle upon Tyne.
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image captionThe view of Loch Scavaig and the Cuillin Hills from a windswept Elgol jetty prompted David Stewart from Johnstone to grab his camera. He was on holiday on the Isle of Skye with a group of friends.
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image captionElla and Joe have discovered that splashing about in a swimming pool in Edinburgh in early June is one way to keep warm as their mum Orla Hogg looked on.

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