Your Pictures of Scotland: 15 - 22 JulyPublished22 July 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightOtherimage captionAn oyster catcher's nest on the Isle of Mull caught Linda Thom's eye during her holiday. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightOtherimage captionThe timer on Paul Miller's camera was put to use, allowing him be in this photo with Beth and Ian on the Whaligoe Steps in Caithness.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe tall ship 'Mir' sailed into Stornoway harbour during the Tall Ships Races 2011. Photo by Donald Macleod.image copyrightOtherimage captionLeon and Zara visited Blackness Castle with their grandparents and Fiona Addison from Falkirk.image copyrightOtherimage captionStorm clouds added to the view over Lochee in Dundee from Lesley Anderson's flat.image copyrightOtherimage captionEric Niven from Dundee was walking near Dunkeld on a rainy day when he spotted these foxgloves.image copyrightOtherimage captionFiona Matheson from Melrose was out walking her dog when she stopped at the loch below The Trimontium.image copyrightOtherimage captionA gala day and raft race were held to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the RNLI in Campbeltown. Karl Hurd from Machrihanish was there.image copyrightOtherimage captionFull marks for enthusiasm. Paul Toman and colleagues posed for a photo at the beginning of a "wet but enjoyable day" on Buachaille Etive Mor.image copyrightOtherimage captionThree-wheeled vehicles were the order of the day during an event to raise money for charity. David Stewart from Dumfries was there to see the procession.image copyrightOtherimage captionWhen thunder and rain hit Gartcosh, the common damselfly took refuge in Catherine Slater's conservatory.image copyrightOtherimage captionIain Levens spotted this surfer on the waves at Dunbar. Being a keen surfer himself he was 'a bit envious' according to his friend Stevie Campbell who sent the photo in.image copyrightOtherimage captionRunners at the start of the 40-mile Clyde Stride Race from Partick to New Lanark. Gordon Curran from Maryhill was there just as the starting horn sounded.image copyrightOtherimage captionIs this a Tardis? Kenny Divers from Cambuslang expected to see Doctor Who in the streets of Glasgow when he saw this 'police box'.image copyrightOtherimage captionSmoke from the recently fired One O'Clock Gun drifted skywards when Gordon Bennett from East Kilbride was in Edinburgh.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.