Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 August
- 9 August 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures taken across Scotland from 2 to 9 August.
Colin Thomson, from Carluke, went on holiday to Scarinish harbour, Isle of Tiree. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Brodie helped his grandad harvest potatoes in Kilmarnock. Photo by mum Louise Meikleham from Newport-on-Tay.
Stacy Lewis won the Women's British Open at the weekend. Joe Llama was there to see her presented with the trophy on the Old Course, St Andrews.
Gillian held the setting sun in her fingers while husband Jarlath Flynn, from Edinburgh, took the photo on the Braid Hills.
Charlie, son Joseph, daughter Eva and Dexter the dog made their way home. Mum Becky McManus, from Broughty Ferry, said they had spent the day at Lunan Bay.
Kirk Lothian was in Ingliston on Saturday: "He must have put a lot of time into getting ready for this but it was worth it".
Stewart's Dalek, in Dunblane, preparing to fire. "It's never too early to suss out new enemies," Stewart said.
Carolynn Malone, from Coatbridge, and her friend paused for a rest while cycling between Uplawmoor and Neilston.
Despite their enthusiasm, Betty and Gregor left Loch Broom with no fish. Dad Stuart Alexander, from Stonehaven, said they left Ullapool the next day to go to Berneray in the Western Isles for a few days.
The sun set over these yachts moored off Portmahomack on the Dornoch Firth. Photo by Paul Aspin from Troon.
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo ventured across the M8 to Glasgow on Tuesday. Karen Foster was going to catch a train to Elgin and appreciated the lovely send off.
The Viking festival in Largs. Ruthie Delaney, from Lockerbie, said he is made of living plants.
Sunday was a good day for a trip doon the watter. Iain Lindsay, who says he is exiled in London, made the trip up from London especially as it "reminded me of happy childhood memories".
Mount Keen was David's last munro. Daughter Lindsay Scott said her parents were very happy to have bagged all munros.
The fair came to town while Robert Davidson, from Coatbridge, was in Inveraray.