Your pictures of Scotland: 22 - 29 JunePublished29 June 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Anne-Marie Walkerimage captionThe tightrope walkers in Helensburgh helped Anne-Marie Walker's children walk across when they wanted to try it. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Jacqueline Hillimage captionTarbert is where Jacqueline Hill and her husband, from Dumfries, went on holiday.image source, Julia McAlpineimage captionRuby poses among the "little people of the world". Each one was created by pupils of Dunbar primary school. Mum Julia McAlpine described it as "a celebration of each child's talents".image source, Alan Monkimage captionAlan Monk from Warriston, Edinburgh, said: "Noctilucent clouds, which appear when the sun is well below the horizon, are made up of tiny crystals of ice - high in the atmosphere (around 80km up; the highest of any clouds). The clouds used to be rare but are more common and brighter. This has been linked to climate change."image source, Tracey Dixonimage captionThe Dalai Lama was greeted by a crowd outside Dundee's Caird Hall. Tracey Dixon said the "dreich day" temporarily brightened during his visit.image source, Iain MacLennanimage captionCompetitors complete the swim stage of the Celtman triathlon. Iain MacLennan was up at 05:50 to take this photo from his home in Shieldaig, Wester Ross.image source, Dennis Simpsonimage captionThe colours of the Black Watch were laid for the last time. Dennis Simpson, from Bedfordshire, was in Perth to watch the ceremony.image source, Teresa Sumerfieldimage captionDaniel and Alan prepare to abseil from the Forth Rail Bridge. Teresa Sumerfield said they did it to raise money for charity.image source, Pam Smithimage captionA walk through the woods in Inverness brought Pam Smith, from Edinburgh, past this tree.image source, Helen Mackieimage captionStonehaven beach was the place to be on Wednesday at 22:00. Helen Mackie said the midsummer warmth had enticed other families and yachts too.image source, Michael Beglanimage captionMichael Beglan visited the Glasgow Mela on Sunday.image source, Sarah Wigginsimage captionThis sandcastle in Clachtoll, Sutherland, was built by Sarah Wiggins, her husband and two-year-old daughter Jessica. They were on holiday from Powick, Worcestershire.image source, Alan Hamiltonimage captionThe sheep shearing competition at the Royal Highland Show, Ingliston, was a "welcome distraction from the rain", said Alan Hamilton from Largs.image source, Chris Patersonimage captionThree-year-old Rory caught his first crab near the jetty in Carsaig Bay by Tayvallich. He had a helping hand from dad Chris Paterson who said there were screams from Rory and mum Sue when their catch fell into the boat.image source, Alan Kerrimage captionA view of Ben Ledi and the River Teith, from Callander bridge, on Monday evening. Alan Kerr was home for a visit from North Carolina.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.