Your Pictures of Scotland: 1 - 8 July 2011Published8 July 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightOtherimage captionRia MacLeod was behind the camera as Neil, Harry and Rosemary tried out the jet skis off Braighe on the Isle of Lewis. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightOtherimage captionDinner time for these sparrows was captured on camera in Karen Graham's garden in St Combs, Aberdeenshire.image copyrightOtherimage captionWarm weather meant a trip to Queen's Park, Glasgow, and an ice cream for Ella courtesy of dad Paul Worth.image copyrightOtherimage captionSnow on 4 July. Andrew Murphie said he could not believe his eyes when he reached the summit of Ben Nevis.image copyrightOtherimage captionPupils, staff and parents from Cargilfield School embarked on an 11-mile (18km) walk in the Pentlands for charity. Ian McAteer from Edinburgh was there to cheer them on.image copyrightOtherimage captionCraig Waddell and his wife, who were on honeymoon in the Outer Hebrides, said these rubber ducks were their "alter egos". The couple stopped at Luskentyre Beach on the Isle of Harris during their adventure.image copyrightOtherimage captionWhy is the door of the Pencil Tower in Largs not on ground level? Mary Fraser and friends from Glasgow were puzzled.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe sun was shining when Mima Mackie from Crail spotted Beethoven in the High Street during the East Neuk Festival.image copyrightOtherimage captionIsaac and dad John McArthur, from Lennoxtown, stopped to take in the view near Ardtalla on the Isle of Islay.image copyrightOtherimage captionA spot on Arthur's Seat gave Stuart Low this view of the Scottish Parliament during the gloaming.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe light shone in Smoo Cave, Durness, as Melanie Edmonds visited from Perth.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe Queen presented the Royal Regiment of Scotland with their new colours. Dennis Simpson from Bedford was there to see the ceremony behind Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe scenery in Glen Coe compensated for the fact that it was the last day of Stewart Zollinger's holiday. He was on a break from Musselburgh.image copyrightOtherimage captionJousting at Linlithgow Palace drew the crowds, including Steven Chalmers from Kelty, Fife.image copyrightOtherimage captionAlice trod carefully across the three-wire bridge. Jeff Hattie, from East Renfrewshire, said she made it across the Water of Nevis without getting wet.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.