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Your pictures of Scotland: 13-20 May

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image copyrightTom Dunlop
image captionScalpsie Bay, Isle of Bute. Photo by Tom Dunlop from East Kilbride. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
image copyrightDave Stewart
image captionDave Stewart, from Edinburgh, liked the setting sun reflected on window panes in Newhaven.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionBen Vorlich and Loch Earn. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was there on Wednesday.
image copyrightMichael Robertson
image captionA damselfly landed in Michael Robertson's garden in Dunfermline.
image copyrightWilliam McClelland
image captionPeople cross a strip of shingle leading to Davaar island. William McClelland, from Glasgow, says Ailsa Craig is in the background.
image copyrightMichael MacDonald
image captionMichael MacDonald stopped at the A832 viewpoint overlooking the Glen of Inverbroom, towards Loch Broom, on Saturday.
image copyrightJames Orr Ross
image captionLichen on granite in Saltcoats. James Orr Ross, from Coylton, was at the town seafront.
image copyrightStewart Morrison
image captionA red squirrel visited Stewart Morrison when he was on holiday in Croy.
image copyrightJilly Graham
image captionDisused pylons are airlifted from Crieff now that the Beauly to Denny powerline is up and running. Photo by Jilly Graham.
image copyrightGerry Feeney
image captionSgurr Mor in the Fannich mountain range near Aultguish. Gerry Feeney was out walking with friends.
image copyrightKirsty McNeill
image captionKirsty McNeill, from Pathhead, thought Yester Parish Church in Gifford looked bonny on Sunday.
image copyrightDavid Linkie
image captionThe Skerries as viewed by David Linkie, from Edinburgh, who was on holiday in Arisaig.
image copyrightLesley Hamza
image captionDay breaks over the River Tweed. Photo by Lesley Hamza from Peebles.
image copyrightInnes Edwards
image captionFlying Scotsman travelled through the Borders on Saturday. Innes Edwards, from Edinburgh, had travelled to watch it on its journey.
image copyrightGordon Fairbrother
image captionGordon Fairbrother, from Milngavie, visited Old Raasay harbour.
image copyrightFrances Menter
image captionA pink wild hyacinth in Frances Menter's garden in Dundee.
image copyrightEddie Ingram
image captionEddie Ingram and Kev had spent the day in canoes before watching dusk fall over Glenuig.
image copyrightJuliane Mildschlag
image captionJuliane Mildschlag and friends walked the West Highland Way in six days. On day five they were in Glen Coe heading towards the Devil's Staircase.
image copyrightLiz Gregg
image captionLiz Gregg, from Pinmore, spotted a ladybird on waste ground in Ayrshire.
image copyrightLorna Milne
image captionLorna Milne went for a walk to see Loch Earn's 'Still' art installation when the rain stopped.
image copyrightKen Smith
image captionFishermen on Kingsbarns beach. Photo by Ken Smith.
image copyrightCatrina Petrie
image captionCatrina Petrie visited Fortingall Church.
image copyrightBenjy Boyle
image captionA young deer in the hills above Alexandria. Photo by Benjy Boyle.
image copyrightEmma Macalister Hall
image captionNot the Mediterranean but Kintyre's Saddell beach. Zoe was there, on Sunday, with mum Emma Macalister Hall from Carradale.
image copyrightDavid Nichol
image captionDavid Nichol gazed out over Selkirk golf course.

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