Your Pictures of Scotland: 3 - 10 June

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Image caption, Todd and son Dominic pictured on the beach at Lochloy on the last day of Sarah Johnson's holiday before the family returned to Ontario in Canada. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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Image caption, Rain stopped and the sun came out when Earl and Marguerite Blodgett, from Wisconsin, were hiking on Duncansby Head.
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Image caption, A camping trip to Uig on the Isle of Lewis provided Roddy Whyte with an opportunity to take a photo of Scott Murphy from Stirling.
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Image caption, Lerwick lifeboat passes the Lerwick Port Authority-owned pilot boat with the Bressay ferry, Lierna, in the background. Andrew Card from Lerwick was on a cruise around Bressay with his family at the time.
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Image caption, Mixed weather on the north coast of the Applecross peninsula, looking along Loch Torridon, did not stop Andy Savage from West Yorkshire enjoying the scenery.
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Image caption, Srinath Shiramshetty, wife Deepa and a few friends took a break from London to holiday in the Highlands and Hebrides.
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Image caption, Ian McKendrick from Glasgow stopped to take stock of work on the M74 extension at the Port Eglinton viaduct which spans Eglinton Street in the city.
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Image caption, Competitors on their way to the mountain bike world cup were snapped by Claes Svensson in Fort William.
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Image caption, Macduff's RNLI lifeboat was winched out at Whitehills after an exercise. David Robertson from Whitehills, Aberdeenshire, noticed that the man on the right is controlling the crane.
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Image caption, Sidecar rider Mike Bellaby and passenger Karl Underwood took a tumble when racing at Knockhill near Dunfermline. William Wheelans said that both men were unhurt and rode the bike to the pits.
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Image caption, Despite taking part in the Race for Life 5k in Glasgow, these ladies still had time to pose for Iain Larmour's camera.
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Image caption, Ian Sloan from Glenrothes saw Gregor Edmunds from Glasgow set a new Highland Games record when he threw a 28lb weight a distance of 95ft 10in (29 metres) at Markinch Highland Games.
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Image caption, The colour of the sand dunes at Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, did not reflect the intermittent sunshine according to Alan Millarvie from Aberdeen.
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Image caption, Liam found the perfect spot on Findhorn beach to watch seals while he was there on holiday with his dad Roger Jackaman from Midlothian.
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Image caption, Eilean Donan Castle provided a scenic backdrop to these kayakers when Maureen Bartlett and Dave, from Stockport, stopped to admire the view.

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