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Your pictures of Scotland: 19 - 26 October

image copyrightCharlie Burrett
image captionCharlie Burrett was waiting for the kettle to boil on the Isle of Iona when he decided to share this view with us. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to
image copyrightIsla Rosser Owen
image captionBrightly coloured foliage on trees in Edinburgh's Botanic Gardens drew Isla Rosser Owen's attention.
image copyrightSandra Dyer
image captionWas this a game of hide and seek? Sandra Dyer was on her way home to Coatbridge when she saw these characters near Cowcaddens subway in Glasgow.
image copyrightSimon Filsell
image captionElgin Cathedral chapter house was photographed by Simon Filsell who was on holiday in the Black Isle.
image copyrightAndrew Matcham
image captionDundee waterfront on what Andrew Matcham, from Cumbria, described as a "moody evening".
image copyrightEileen Semple
image captionThe light at the end of the tunnel was captured by Eileen Semple from Nairn. The path is in the Achareidh part of town.
image copyrightGordon Milligan
image captionMembers of Dundee sub aqua club during a diving trip in Ballachulish. Photo by Gordon Milligan.
image copyrightNynke Jansen
image captionSunset over the Moray Firth on the Black Isle was photographed by Nynke Jansen.
image copyrightRob Stoakes
image captionRock sculptures on Mellon Udrigle beach reminded Rob Stoakes, from Bearsden, of dinosaurs.
image copyrightSally Middleton
image captionDew on Felix's eyelashes after an early morning walk with mum Sally Middleton.
image copyrightDave Conner
image captionBroughty Castle in Broughty Ferry. Dave Conner, from Inverness, was showing his eldest grandson where he used to play as a child almost half a century ago.
image copyrightJamie McGillivray
image captionJamie McGillivray, from Oldmeldrum in Aberdeenshire, was visiting his gran on the Isle of Lewis when they visited the beach on the Isle of Harris.
image copyrightKaren Brown
image captionEllie blew bubbles in a park in Glasgow while mum Karen Brown looked on.
image copyrightRebecca Rawnsley
image captionThe view from the top of Dundee Law. Rebecca Rawnsley was there on Wednesday morning.
image copyrightMark Paterson
image captionShauna and husband Mark Paterson climbed Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis. Climbing guide Spike can be seen in Tower Gap further back.
image copyrightNorrie Morrison
image captionBuachaille Etive Mor from The Devil's Staircase. Norrie Morrison and wife Linda, from Beith, said they almost "had the place to themselves" on Sunday morning.

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