Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 September

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 2 and 9 September. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image source, Margaret Douglas
image captionIt was a "glorious morning" on the towpath of the Forth and Clyde canal near Allandale on Sunday, according to Margaret Douglas, from Stirlingshire. "A super start to the day," she said.
image source, Abi Will
image captionDogwalker Abi Will took this picture during a trip to Balmedie beach in Aberdeenshire. "It's a rare treat for the dogs and they love it," she said.
image source, Rosie Young
image captionRosie Young admired the scenery from the top of Suilven. "We decided the Lochans made the view look like earth from space," she said.
image source, Neal Gibson
image captionCyclists taking part in the Tour of Britain were travelling at a great speed but they still managed to casually chat to each other, according to Neal Gibson. He managed to grab a picture of Sir Bradley Wiggins at Eastwood Toll, Giffnock, on Sunday.
image source, Gary Livingstone
image captionGary Livingstone, from Westhill, Inverness, photographed a couple of dolphins at nearby Chanonry Point.
image source, Allan Russell
image captionAllan Russell, from Falkirk, had to stop his car to take a photo as he passed Ardvreck Castle, by Loch Assynt.
image source, Jillian Kirkwood
image captionJillian Kirkwood's six-year-old daughter Hannah was excited to see the Red Arrows at the Scottish International Air Show in Ayr.
image source, Ian Cowan
image captionIan Cowan caught the planes flying in close formation during the event last weekend.
image source, Susan Watt
image captionSusan Watt, from Glasgow, took this picture overlooking the Cromarty Bridge while she was visiting the Black Isle with her sister.
image source, Sam Ross
image captionThis Harris Hawk was part of a "great display by an extremely knowledgeable falconer" at Dunrobin Castle, according to Sam Ross, from Dunfermline.
image source, David Locke
image captionPaisley Abbey's spectacular ceiling was captured by David Michael Locke, from Linwood, during Paisley Doors Open Day.
image source, Trisha Howie
image captionAnother picture from Paisley Abbey during Doors Open Day - this time a view from the top of the building, taken by Trisha Howie. "Well worth climbing the stone spiral staircase for a view like this," she said.
image source, George Trudt
image captionGeorge Trudt took this photograph of a common darter at Eskrigg nature reserve, near Lockerbie.
image source, Colin Mackie
image captionColin Mackie spotted a family with a novel way of enjoying the view at Glencoe. "Note to self... get a blow up sofa," he said.
image source, Benjy Boyle
image captionA sunset over Loch Lomond was caught on camera by Benjy Boyle, from Alexandria.
image source, Susie Kempsell
image captionSusie Kempsell spotted this butterfly in her back garden.
image source, Andrew Lynas
image captionThis striking photograph of Dunnottar Castle, near Stonehaven, was taken by Andrew Lynas.
image source, Steve Buckland
image captionSteve Buckland, from Cupar, took this picture of a heron taking off from Letham Pools in Fife.
image source, Fraser Agnew
image captionAnother stunning sunset. This one was taken at Cramond Causeway by Fraser Agnew during a walk over to Cramond Island.
image source, Iain Galbraith
image captionIain Galbraith loves the light reflections across the water in this photograph. He took it in Mallaig, where he spent last Saturday night.

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