Your Pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 September 2011Published9 September 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Otherimage captionKen Ross from Inverness took this image of Findochty Harbour and church while on a few days' break in Crovie in Aberdeenshire.image source, Otherimage caption"I think this sums up a Scottish summer - beautiful, but drookit!" said Joanna Daly from Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, who took this photo in her garden.image source, Otherimage captionThis view over Loch Lomond to Cameron House Hotel was captured by Sara Billinghurst from Pontypridd in Wales while holidaying in Scotland.image source, Otherimage captionGraham Wilson from Falkirk sent in this photo taken in Glasgow city centre at night.image source, Otherimage caption"This beautiful little garden on the west coast of Orkney is real credit to Mrs Sheila Marwick, who keeps it looking lovely despite its seaside position," said Ursula Martin from St Andrews, who took this picture.image source, Otherimage captionDolphins playing at Chanonry Point, Fortrose, on the Black Isle. Taken by Angus Chisholm from Inverness.image source, Otherimage captionA foot bridge over the River Lossie in the north east of Scotland. Picture taken by Darko Naumovski from Toronto, Canada.image source, Otherimage captionCatherine Murray sent in this picture taken by Kay Murray in Largs. She said the cloud looked like a flying fish over Millport on the Clyde.image source, Otherimage captionDavid Elder from East Kilbride said: "I found this amazing statue of a dragon above the beach at Irvine."image source, Otherimage captionThis tiger decorated by Emma Elizabeth Kemp was part of the Jungle City Exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh. Picture by Craig Newton.image source, Otherimage captionAfter hearing that painting was set to finish on the Forth Bridge, Stuart Low went down to take an evening picture.image source, Otherimage captionJames Catto from Lochcarron Primary School took this photograph on a school trip round the Applecross coast. Sent in by his mum Flora Catto.image source, Otherimage captionPat Maclean from Hertfordshire captured this imaged of a "kilted man" huddling under his umbrella to read his morning newspaper in Lochinver in the Highlands.image source, Otherimage captionAndrew White from Falkirk took this photograph of "a good pool for swimming" in Glen Rosa on Arran - although he said it was too cold for a dip.image source, Otherimage captionSteven Arnott, from Edinburgh, captured this image from Arthur's Seat as he waited for the festival fireworks display to begin.image source, Otherimage captionThis view from a lighthouse on the Isle of May was taken by Kirsty Ward from Portobello. The island's lighthouses were open to the public for the first time as part of Doors Open Day.image source, Otherimage caption"Who said the grey squirrels were taking over?" said Ian McConnell from Kinnesswood, who took this picture of an albino squirrel, a non-invited resident at Edinburgh Zoo.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.