Your Pictures of Scotland: 24 June - 1 July 2011Published1 July 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightOtherimage captionThe Red Arrows flew over the Firth of Forth on the eve of Armed Forces Day when Sanne Dijkstra-Downie saw them from Newhaven harbour. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightOtherimage captionThe beach backdrop of this cairn on Vatersay made Elaine Stewart from Coatbridge pause to admire the scenery during a walk.image copyrightOtherimage captionAgricultural machinery at the Royal Highland Show was not as it seems at first glance. Ian McConnell from Perthshire snapped the model farm display while he was there.image copyrightOtherimage captionSimone Gray from Newton Mearns said that Take That "rocked the stadium" during their gig at Hampden Park, Glasgow.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe blue in this sea anemone at the Ross of Mull reminded Alasdair Thom, from Glasgow, of his gas hob.image copyrightOtherimage captionMark Crawford from South Queensferry went along to the local RNLI lifeboat open day to see a search and rescue helicopter from HMS Gannet demonstrate how it works with the lifeboat.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe hydro dam at Glen Lyon, Perthshire, looked as if had sprung a leak. Brian Cowan from East Kilbride knew it was the the reservoir's release valve in operation following a period of sustained rainfall.image copyrightOtherimage captionJeannie Cooper dubbed this construction 'Flotsum Scarecrow' when she saw it on the Fife Coastal Path between Elie and Largo. Largo Law is in the background.image copyrightOtherimage captionThis roof garden beats a window box. Walter McLaren spied St Cuthbert's Church in Galashiels in the background.image copyrightOtherimage captionFive-year-old Elin Jones from Portobello braved the heights to do a simulated parachute jump from 70ft at Holyrood Park on Armed Forces Day while her dad looked on.image copyrightOtherimage captionMum Amy and daughter Jocelyn posed for a picture at Glendevon wind farm in Tayside while dad Scott Paterson took the photo.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe weather in Mull had settled when Sandra McQueen from Dundee took this photo of sunset over Salen pier.image copyrightOtherimage captionSarah was among the graduates celebrating at the University of Glasgow. Her proud aunt, Elizabeth Hunt from Milton Of Campsie, was there to savour the moment.image copyrightOtherimage captionNiamh adds a stone to a tower off the A87, north of Invergarry, as dad Rab Taylor from Duntochar gets behind the camera.image copyrightOtherimage captionLorraine Clark from Scone was at the top of the Hen's Ladder which leads down to Crail harbour.image copyrightOtherimage captionBreakfast in Glenmore was a welcome time for Paul Fidler and friends after a week of celebrating his 40th birthday.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.