Your pictures of Scotland: 12 September - 19 September

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image captionRob Mulholland's statue "Still" in Loch Earn was captured by reader Ken Le Grice. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image captionReader Ian Clarke sent us this haunting image of the sun rising over Loch Rannoch early on Wednesday morning.
image captionNancy Somerville of Edinburgh was in Kingussie when she spotted this red squirrel spotting her.
image captionColin Pow, paddle boarding off Troon. Photo taken by Robbie Cumming who was out fishing for mackerel at the time.
image captionThis stunning shot of the vista over Quiraing on the Isle of Skye was captured by Ben Fowler whilst on holiday with his family.
image captionEllen Schwartz, from Virginia, USA, cited her visit to the Kelpies as one of the highlights of her visit to Scotland.
image captionLorna Baldwin, from Washington, managed to perfectly time this picture of a dog enjoying a run on Tentsmuir beach in St Andrews.
image captionBrian McIlroy was in the right place to capture the sun setting over Nairn Beach.
image captionDonald Mackinnon from the Isle of Lewis shot an image of the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct while on a recent holiday.
image captionDave Tarvit managed to take this picture of a sleeping bumblebee without disturbing the insect in Blairgowrie.
image captionAn early morning haar gives Leamington Road in Edinburgh a gothic look in this photo from Miriam Morris.
image captionDusk falling over a late summer evening in Greenock is perfectly shot by Graeme Stirling.

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