Your pictures of Scotland: 24-31 July

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Image source, Hannah Rose
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Hannah Rose, from Bo'ness, visited the Isle of May. Send us your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk
Image source, Brian Russell
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Ayr beach was a busy place on Saturday morning. Photo by Brian Russell.
Image source, Robert Fleming
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Sunset over Chirnside. Photo by Robert Fleming from Duns.
Image source, John and Fiona Bayne
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John & Fiona Bayne, from Edinburgh, watched this funnel cloud near Tinto Hill for 10 minutes.
Image source, Stuart Barriskell
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Stuart Barriskell came across Para Handy's Vital Spark in Inveraray.
Image source, Duncan MacLaren
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The bow wave of the ferry to the Isle of Stronsay "mesmerised" Duncan MacLaren, who was on holiday from Edinburgh.
Image source, Anne Dunley
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St Kilda is an "atmospheric and beautiful place" says Anne Dunley from Lochussie.
Image source, Wiiliam Reed
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All sorts of characters took part in Musselburgh's Honest Toun parade. Photo by William Reed.
Image source, Gordon Milligan
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Water sports were the order of the day at North Berwick. Photo by Gordon Milligan from Broughty Ferry.
Image source, Beth Davies
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The boys had a soggy but fun day at Tralee beach, Benderloch, with mum Beth Davies.
Image source, Helen Barker
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Dusk fell over the Kintyre coast. Photo by Helen Barker from Maybole.
Image source, David Alexander
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A new heather garden in Rodney Pavilion. Photo by David Alexander from Perth.
Image source, Derek Smith
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Derek Smith's wife Kathryn and dad James at a windy Mull of Galloway lighthouse.
Image source, Neil Geddes
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Scotland's National Airshow at East Fortune. Neil Geddes watched the Pitts special trig aerobatic team take to the skies.
Image source, Jeannie Cooper
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Jeannie Cooper has had one interested view for the 'hogitat', made from a door, in her garden in Broughty Ferry.
Image source, Stan Riley
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Stan Riley, from Dundee, visited Culross Abbey.
Image source, Paul Birrell
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A cricket match on the Isle of Arran. Photo by Paul Birrell from Linlithgow.
Image source, Fraser Cramond
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Sunrise over Baillie Moss, Easterhouse. Photo by Fraser Cramond.
Image source, Kirsteen Boyd
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The summit of Ben Lawers. Kirsteen Boyd was there on Saturday.
Image source, Scott Wilson
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Scott Wilson was driving along the Carse of Gowrie when he saw the rainbow.
Image source, Stella Helsby
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Stella Helsby visited Loch Earn on Saturday.
Image source, Claire MacDonald
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Claire MacDonald and the Inverness canoe club stopped on Nigg beach for refreshments.
Image source, Jenny Irvine
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Innes the spaniel first swimming lesson in Loch Katrine was a success said Jenny Irvine.
Image source, Donald Stirling
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Wedding season is in full flow. Donald Stirling, from Edinburgh, said he has never seen such a crowd at St Giles Cathedral.
Image source, Sylvia Beaumont
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This blackbird didn't know what to make of the lookalike on Sylvia Beaumont's doorstep in North Berwick.
Image source, Philippa Robinson
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Stob Coire a'Chairn from summit of Ben Nevis. Philippa Robinson was there at the weekend.

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