Your pictures of Scotland: 5 - 12 October

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Image source, Robbie Law
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The Ross Fountain in Princes Street Gardens caught the attention of Robbie Law from Edinburgh. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Image source, chris mccolgan
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Chris McColgan, from Selkirk, saw this dandelion on the first frosty morning of autumn.
Image source, Margaret Clark
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Dad Colin and his daughters Jacquelyn and Emma enjoyed a stroll around Barmore Island, Tarbert. Mum Margaret Clark said it was a "beautiful crisp autumn afternoon".
Image source, Cameron Knox
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Scartlett and Cookie the Labradoodle took in the view of Loch Lomond from Strathblane Hills with dad Cameron Knox.
Image source, Michael beglan
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Pholiota squarrosa in Kelvingrove Park were photographed by Michael Beglan from Glasgow. A word of advice, these mushrooms are not edible.
Image source, Paul Gilzean
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Paul Gilzean, from Burntisland, took this photo of his son. What is real and what is not?
Image source, Mike wragg
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Wind turbines and a nearby petrochemical plant did not deter these sheep from grazing by Loch Gelly in Fife. Photo by Mike Wragg from Glenrothes.
Image source, Mary Coventry
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The Enchanted Forest at Faskally Woods, Pitlochry, provided ample photo opportunities for Mary Coventry from Forfar.
Image source, Bob Bell
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Echium vulgare, also known as Blueweed or common viper's bugloss. Bob Bell, from Dunbar, spotted it in Skateraw.
Image source, colin pow
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Ythan, Robyn and Laddie the dog enjoyed the view of Arran. Dad Colin Pow was also on Troon's South Beach on Tuesday evening.
Image source, Anna Murray
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West Linton on an autumnal day. Anna Murray, from Edinburgh, went for a walk with friends.
Image source, Eimear Byrne
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A rainbow seemed to arch across the beach in Aberdeen. Photo by Eimear Byrne.

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