Readers’ pictures of the week, 13-19 September

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A selection of pictures submitted to The Scotsman picture desk by our readers in the past week, including an unusually Mediterranean view of East Lothian and eerie mirror sculptures in Crieff

Thu 19 Sep: This group was just about to start a ride near the Drum at Gilmerton when Caroline Parr from Edinburgh took this picture

Wed 18 Sep: David Reynolds took this picture on Allermuir Hill in the Pentlands on a sunny September morning – it’s cold but it’s still sunny

Tue 17 Sep: Neal Roberton took this photograph of the now closed Cockenzie power station in East Lothian with a silvery gold sky behind it

Mon 16 Sep: With the weather taking on a distinctly autumnal feel, Sylvia Beaumont sent in this image of Milsey Bay, North Berwick, on a very blustery day

Sat 14 Sep: The angle of Howard Walker’s photograph of North Berwick gives the East Lothian town an almost Mediterranean feel

Fri 13 Sep: Scuptural figures by Rob Mulholland reflect on Loch Earn on the shore at the Four Seasons hotel in St Fillans, as photographed by Bill Clark from Crieff