Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 OctoberPublished14 October 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, OtherImage caption, Who left these stones on the beach at Coldingham Bay? Sharon Bunyan from Chirnside in the Scottish Borders does not know but thought it a touching gesture. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, OtherImage caption, An evening walk took Sylvia Beaumont from North Berwick to Dunbar harbour.Image source, OtherImage caption, Anna first wore her wellies to Yellowcraigs beach which is a favourite seaside spot for dad Grant.Image source, OtherImage caption, Iza was behind the camera while Craig Mullen, from Renfrew, "threaded" himself through Argyll's "spy glass" on Ben Arthur.Image source, OtherImage caption, A kayak ride for charity took Jo Turner, from Glasgow, to the River Clyde where she got a different view of the Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship Glenlee.Image source, OtherImage caption, Golfers finish the 18th green of the Old Course at St Andrews. Richard Trenner, from Princeton, New Jersey, was in the town to visit family.Image source, OtherImage caption, Water droplets caught on a spider's web following rainfall in Edinburgh inspired Paul Langford to grab his camera.Image source, OtherImage caption, The streets of Perth were cleared as the Rally of Scotland passed through the city. Les Parsons was among the spectators.Image source, OtherImage caption, Cloud cleared giving Alan Maloney, from Kilsyth, a better view of some of the Five Sisters of Kintail.Image source, OtherImage caption, The moon was setting over Collieston, Aberdeenshire, about 06:30. Geordie Sinclair was up with the larks to see it.Image source, OtherImage caption, Scenic Killiekrankie, Perthshire, helped calm the nerves of Phyllis Anderson from Kilmarnock who was about to do a bungee jump. She described it as a 'superb autumnal day, perfect for a leap of faith'.Image source, OtherImage caption, Alan and Catriona Monk from Edinburgh had a 'Shakespearean moment' while on holiday on the Shetland Isle of Unst.Image source, OtherImage caption, Sitting on a bench in his garden in Fife, Alistair Stevenson noticed he had company in the form of this hawthorn bug also known as acanthosoma haemorrhoidale.Image source, OtherImage caption, Linlithgow got the only try of the match during the game at Garnock Valley, North Ayrshire. Graham Black also endured the heavy rain to watch the rugby.Image source, OtherImage caption, The view from the summit of Beinn Dorain above Bridge of Orchy was enjoyed by Mark Nesbitt, from Comrie, Perthshire.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.