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Julie Craddock provided this autumnal image of Faldonside Loch, between Darnick and Lindean.

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Early morning at Bewlie Cemetery, Lilliesleaf

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Curtis Welsh was up early in the morning to capture this image at Bewlie Cemetery, Lilliesleaf.

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Pack Bridge, Stow

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Mark Kettrick took this image of Pack Bridge, Stow, while on a cycling trip.

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Walter Baxter scaled the heights to reach a rooftop viewing platform for this shot from Melrose Abbey

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Walter Baxter scaled the heights to reach a rooftop viewing platform for this shot from Melrose Abbey.

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Difficult weather at the end of last month pushed farmers into extending the better working days  here is sowing taking place on a Sunday evening at Bewlie Farm, Lilliesleaf

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Difficult weather at the end of last month pushed farmers into extending the better working days – here is sowing taking place on a Sunday evening at Bewlie Farm, Lilliesleaf. Curtis Welsh supplied the image.

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Hermitage Castle near Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders.

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This image of the imposing Hermitage Castle, near Newcastleton, was taken by Borders freelance photographer Stuart Cobley.

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Leaderfoot viaduct

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Gordon Stocks supplied this image of Leaderfoot viaduct.

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This image, submitted by Curtis Welsh, captures the attraction of steam and smoke bringing traffic to a standstill in the middle of Galashiels as the train heads off towards Tweedbank.

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The heather is in full bloom in this view from Newark Hill towards Foulshiels Hill in the Yarrow Valley.

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Walter Baxter snapped the heather in full bloom from Newark Hill, looking towards Foulshiels Hill in the Yarrow Valley.

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This summer evening image of Galashiels’ Burgh Chambers and war memorial was captured by Mark G. Kettrick.

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A sunset near Lilliesleaf produces a strong outline to trees on the horizon.

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Curtis Welsh’s image of a sunset near Lilliesleaf produces a strong outline to trees on the horizon.

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Megget dam, with St Marys Loch in the background

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Ewan Dickson’s view of Megget dam, with St Mary’s Loch in the background.

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Lowood House, near Gattonside

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Walter Baxter took this image of Lowood House, beside the Tweed near Gattonside, during a Scotland’s Garden Scheme open day.

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St Mary's kirkyard, next to St Mary's Loch

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Barbara Greer snapped this image of St Mary’s kirkyard, which overlooks St Mary’s Loch.

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Jim Dodds of St Marys Loch  on Sunday afternoon

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Jim Dodds captured this view of St Mary’s Loch on one of the many sunny summer afternoons we’ve enjoyed this month.

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Curtis Welshs addition of foreground colour adds a welcome aspect to this traditional image of the Eildon Hills from Scotts View.

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Curtis Welsh’s addition of foreground colour adds a welcome aspect to this traditional image of the Eildon Hills from Scott’s View.

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Allan Pettigrew took this picture while walking part of the Pennine Way near to Yetholm

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Blue skies were the order of the day when Allan Pettigrew took this picture while walking part of the Pennine Way near Yetholm.

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Curtis Welsh was near Smailholm when he took this image of straight drills leading the eye towards the Black Hill.

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Curtis Welsh was near Smailholm when he took this image of straight drills leading the eye towards the Black Hill.

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A pair of Canada geese proudly show off their offspring at New Belses Loch, Lilliesleaf.

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While Curtis Welsh was walking around New Belses Loch, Lilliesleaf, a pair of Canada geese appeared close inshore to proudly show off their offspring.

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Brian Tait bagged this image of Davidsons Linn, site of an illegal still in bygone days, just off the Pennine Way at the head of the Bowmont Valley

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Brian Tait bagged this image of Davidson’s Linn, site of an illegal still in bygone days, just off the Pennine Way at the head of the Bowmont Valley.

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