Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 August

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Image source, Alan Whyte
Image caption, This front garden in Pittenweem had taken on the appearance of a wild meadow. Photo by Alan Whyte from Clydebank. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Image source, Derek Rankine
Image caption, Another piece of Iona Court disappears from Glasgow. The flats, near Derek Walton's office in Govan, are being demolished mechanically.
Image source, Emma Campbell
Image caption, Jellyfish on Ganavan Sands near Oban. Photo by Emma Campbell.
Image source, Richard Thomson
Image caption, A driver deep in thought in the lead-up to a stock car race in Cowdenbeath. Richard Thomson, from Muckhart, was there on Saturday for the championship races.
Image source, Vanessa McGilliard
Image caption, Vanessa McGilliard's husband and children, Ronan and Kyla, jumped into the sea off Vatersay beach on the Isle of Barra.
Image source, Fergus
Image caption, Fergus, from Aberdeenshire, saw the prize-winning Highland bull at the Banchory show.
Image source, Mark Swinglehurst
Image caption, This scarecrow in Carbost, on the Isle of Skye, was part of the Tattie Bogal festival. Mrs Gillian Swinglehurst, from Burghead, was on holiday with her husband Mark.
Image source, Tish Mitchell
Image caption, Tish Mitchell's aunt and uncle were "game for clambering down ladders to get onto the boat", for a trip to the Summer Isles.
Image source, Dougie Johnston
Image caption, The heights of the Edinburgh festival. Photo by Dougie Johnston.
Image source, Kate MacKenzie
Image caption, Kate MacKenzie said this was the winning team in the raft race at Johnshaven's annual fish festival.
Image source, Diorbhail Wentworth
Image caption, Diorbhail Wentworth's mum and brother saw a marquee, on the left in the distance, that had been used for filming with David Tennant and Billy Connolly. Diorbhail was back home in South Erradale, Wester Ross, from London.
Image source, Dot Roy
Image caption, Mhairi enjoyed the sun and sand on Achmelvich beach with parents Dot and Stephen Roy from Kilburnie.
Image source, John Robinson
Image caption, Runrig's 40th anniversary concert in the Black Isle on Saturday. John Robinson, from Bonar Bridge, said it was "a brilliant show".
Image source, William Macleman
Image caption, Abandoned cricket stumps on Achmelvich beach. William Macleman thought it looked as though sun, not rain, had stopped play.
Image source, Dougie Johnston
Image caption, Runners dressed appropriately for the Perth Kilt Run on Saturday. John Andrew, from Auchterarder, saw them off in North Inch.

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