Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 August

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Image source, Mike Westwood
Image caption, Mike Westwood, from Peterculter, said the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games inspired Campbell and sister Iona who were on holiday on Horgabost beach, Isle of Harris.
Image source, Fred Howard
Image caption, Fred Howard from Redding, near Falkirk, was just horsing around when he took this picture of the Kelpies in all their glory.
Image source, David Palmer
Image caption, David Palmer, from Glasgow, came across a Sunday afternoon painting class at Cambo House near Crail.
Image source, Louise Pilkington
Image caption, A holiday snap of Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris. Photo by Louise Pilkington from Ayr.
Image source, kenny steele
Image caption, Uig on the Isle of Lewis has its own unique brand of roadside entertainment, as seen by holidaymaker Kenny Steele from Bathgate.
Image source, Janice Sommerville and Corinne Birrell.
Image caption, A trip to Islay's Kintra beach presented a predicament for these ladies - Janice Sommerville and Corinne Birrell. How do you drink while wearing a midge net?
Image source, Jackie Smith
Image caption, Fionnphort, on the Isle of Mull, at low tide. Jackie Smith, from Inverkip, was looking forward to a few days on the island.
Image source, Angus Meldrum
Image caption, Surf's up for this windsurfer enjoying the waves in Elie. He was spotted by Angus Meldrum.
Image source, Lynn Roberts
Image caption, Birds of a feather hate the weather. Three swallow chicks snuggle up to keep warm in a gutter while it was "blowing a gale" and raining at Lynn Roberts' home in Aberdeenshire.
Image source, David May
Image caption, Leaves on the track. David May was blown away by the sight of Kingussie railway station in the aftermath of Hurricane Bertha.
Image source, Kenny Robertson
Image caption, Gregor surfed off Balevullin beach on the Isle of Tiree. Dad Kenny Robertson, from Comrie, said he just wanted one more wave.
Image source, Cathy Lovell
Image caption, Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Supermoon over Edinburgh Castle, captured by Cathy Lovell from Peebles.
Image source, Neil manson
Image caption, Neil Manson was strolling along the Kelvin walkway in Glasgow when he spotted this heron waiting - very patiently - for a fish.
Image source, David May
Image caption, Neigh way out. Four horses cut off from land, as seen from the road between Carr Bridge and Grantown on Spey by David May.
Image source, Robert Currie
Image caption, It's a tree-annosaurus rex! Robert Currie, from Greenock, spotted this monster while walking in Ardgowan estate near Inverkip.

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