Your Pictures of Scotland: 22 - 29 July

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image captionJamie enjoyed his first camping trip to the Isle of Harris with dad David Goudie from Inverness. This is Luskentyre beach with Taransay in the background. 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 captionMeal time for an invasion of caterpillars in Moira Hayward's garden in Alloa brought an alternative meaning to "strip the willow".
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image captionTwo-year-old Alex and dad Craig Millar were in Battery Park to see a cruise liner leave Greenock.
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image captionFlowers in the walled garden at Culzean Castle caught the attention of Valerie Mangin from Uddingston.
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image captionMorag Paterson watched to see if this tornado would touch the ground in Dumfries and Galloway. She breathed a sigh of relief as it gathered itself into the sky again.
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image captionJellyfish on the beach caused David Walker from Premnay, Aberdeenshire, to tread carefully along Cullen Bay.
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image captionA scuba diving trip at the Twin Piers site, near Arrochar, provided a photo opportunity for Mags and Gary Forsythe from Bathgate.
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image captionA splash in the paddling pool in Edinburgh was the perfect way for Kate to cool off, said dad Iain MacLelland.
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image captionGood weather in the back garden prompted Brendan Murphy, from Coatbridge, to share his interpretation of 'summer time'.
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image captionScott McGlynn captured sunset over Suilven in Assynt.
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image captionThe harbour was quiet the day before Portsoy Traditional Boat Festival. David Robertson from Whitehills had stopped to admire the view.
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image captionWing walkers were part of the air show at East Fortune Museum of Flight. David Ross from East Linton was on standby with Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service.
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image captionThe Jacobite steam train crossed Glenfinnan Viaduct during Nigel Kirby's holiday from Cheshire. Vesna Price took the photo.
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image captionA combine harvester disturbed this deer in a field in Milton of Campsie. Duncan Gray from Lennoxtown saw it running to safety.
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image captionEarly morning mist over Lanark Loch was a view enjoyed by Jack Alston from Lanark and feathered friends.

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