Your Pictures of Scotland: 23 - 30 SeptemberPublished30 September 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, bbcimage captionThe end of the Crinan Canal in Argyll photographed by Alister Boyle from Lennoxtown on a recent holiday to the area.image source, bbcimage caption"These are the longest shadows I have ever seen of me and my daughter," said Shauna Dalziel from Ayr, who took the photograph on Prestwick beach.image source, bbcimage captionAnn Fortune from Kelso spotted this "friendly chap" on a visit to the Isle of Iona.image source, bbcimage captionPaul Glennie from Broughty Ferry captured this impressive image of the sun setting over Dundee with the Frigate Unicorn in the foreground.image source, bbcimage captionTantallon Castle, seen from Seacliff beach just outside North Berwick. Picture taken by Craig Coventry.image source, bbcimage captionAnne Dunley, from Lochussie, Dingwall, sent in this picture of CalMac's Coruisk ferry leaving Armadale on Skye for Mallaig on the mainland.image source, bbcimage captionFiona Campbell from Edinburgh snapped the action during the annual re-enactment of the Battle of Prestonpans. "Just as occurred on that day in 1745, the gunners were the first to flee from the terrifying Jacobite assault."image source, bbcimage captionLee Grassick from West Linton captured Autumn colours in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens.image source, bbcimage captionThis impressive sunrise looking over to Dunfermline was taken by Kathleen Spurgo as she walked her dog in Crossford in Fife.image source, bbcimage captionWalker the Polar Bear at the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig enjoying the gift of a hard hat brought to him by Jackie Mills from Blantyre. She said: "The keeper shouted his name and he came bounding over like a big puppy."image source, bbcimage captionLaura Clarke from Glasgow "tentatively" waiting for her fiance David Baldie to take his turn during the World Stone Skimming Championships on Easdale near Oban. Picture taken by David Baldie.image source, bbcimage captionThis stunning view was taken in Galloway Forest Park, Dumfries and Galloway, by Brian Clark from Cambourne, Cambridgeshire.image source, bbcimage captionCatriona MacLennan who took this photograph of her husband Calum Johnston on Donmouth Beach, Aberdeen, said: "Six weeks into marriage and he is still jumping for joy!"image source, bbcimage captionThomas Kerrigan took this image of the waves crashing against the rocks on a "breezy but warmish day" at Portpatrick.image source, bbcimage captionDonnachie Morrison from Dalkeith took this picture of Molly the cross-sheltie dog with a couple of her silkie hen pals, both waiting expectantly for tit-bits.image source, bbcimage captionA competitor at the British Kitesurfing Association's Kiteival event held at Ayr's seafront. Picture taken by William Wheelans from Kilmarnock.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.