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Recent gales have caused chestnut trees to shed their fruits. Photographer Curtis Welsh said: “This image, shot near St Boswells, I entitle ‘Chestnut Minefield’, which in close-up resembles a spiky minefield with plenty of autumn colour.”

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Peter Dalgleish bagged this image on a walk around Melrose and Gattonside

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Peter Dalgleish bagged this image on a walk around Melrose and Gattonside.

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A colourful bed of flowers in Lauder

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Curtis Welsh’s eye caught this colourful bed of flowers in Lauder.

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Sundown at Kelso golf course

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Sundown at Kelso golf course, by Lynda McKirdy.

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Alemoor Loch, west of Hawick

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Curtis Welsh was passing Alemoor Loch on a scorching day recently when he saw this lone fisherman casting his eye over the deserted waterscape.

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colourful field of purple flowers taken on Peniel Heugh just below the Waterloo Monument.''Regards''Sheila Elliot

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A colourful field of purple flowers, taken by Sheila Elliot on Peniel Heugh, just below the Waterloo Monument.

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Family outing on the River Ale  (Canada Geese) by Lilliesleaf.

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A family outing on the River Ale near Lilliesleaf for these Canada geese. Curtis Welsh supplied the image.

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This spectacular sky shot was taken from the Waterloo monument, near Monteviot, by Barbara Greer.

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This spectacular sky shot was taken from the Waterloo monument, near Monteviot, by Barbara Greer.

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A bullock next to the unfenced road between Ashkirk and RobertoN.

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Curtis Welsh caught the interest of a bullock next to the unfenced road between Ashkirk and Roberton while he was taking this image.

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Looking west towards Hawick from Minto

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While cycling near Minto, Curtis Welsh’s eye was drawn to this newly-painted gate and ornate gatepost with a view looking westwards to Hawick and beyond.

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Silage making near St. Boswells

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Curtis Welsh bagged this image of silage-making near St Boswells.

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Dappled sunshine sparkles on the water where Ettrick and Yarrow Waters meet, near Selkirk

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Dougie Methven supplied this image showing dappled sunshine sparkling on the water where Ettrick and Yarrow Waters meet, near Selkirk.

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Lauder Church and jail

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Lauder church and jail, by Curtis Welsh.

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Tranquil evening scene at St.Marys Loch during the recent good spell of weather.''''Thanks Alistair Milne

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This image of a tranquil evening scene at St Mary’s Loch was supplied by Alistair Milne.

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the old burial ground at Crailing where there are some good 17th and 18th century symbolic gravestones.

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Walter Baxter sent us this image of the old burial ground at Crailing.

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Claire Roberts supplied this image of a spring evening rainbow over fields at Ednam.

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Curtis Welsh caught an image of this bit of spirnng colour while walking beside the River Leader near Earlston.

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Curtis Welsh snapped this bit of spring colour while walking beside the River Leader near Earlston.

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a group of grazing ponies in the hills above Melrose enjoying the morning sunshine.

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Curtis Welsh found this group of grazing ponies on the hills above Melrose, enjoying the morning sunshine.

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A cast metal painted road sign at Maxton

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Curtis Welsh noticed this cast metal painted road sign at Maxton, harking back to a different era.

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A Highland community, including their new inquisitive addition, enjoyed some long overdue spring-like conditions at their home near Redpath

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A Highland community, including their new inquisitive addition, enjoying long overdue spring-like conditions at their home near Redpath. Fiona Scott supplied the image.

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