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Readers’ pictures of the week, 12-18 July

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A selection of photographs submitted to the Scotsman picture desk by our readers in the past week

Thu 18 Jul: This photograph of the newly refurbished St Bernard’s Well on the lush Water of Leith walkway was taken by Caroline Parr

Wed 17 Jul: Dr Dennis Connolly took this timeless photograph of Edinburgh Castle up on its rock, with some of the city’s church spires on the left

Tue 16 Jul: Euan Mitchell writes: I stumbled upon this rogues gallery on a visit to Castle Campbell near Dollar. They sat still for their photo but when Mum came back with the worms, all hell broke loose!

Mon 15 Jul: Ian Spring submitted this atmospheric image of net drying poles at Plockton in Ross-Shire

Sat 13 Jul: Sylvia Beaumont’s photograph presents a different view of North Berwick from what one normally sees – here we see the late evening sun over the West Bay

Fri 12 Jul: Scotsman photographer Phil Wilkinson demonstrated the patience of his visual quarry when he took this picture of a grey heron (Ardea cinerea) hunting for fish at Cramond Falls, Edinburgh

 

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