Your pictures of Scotland: 6 - 13 JulyPublished13 July 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Jo DuncanImage caption, Isla, Maisie and Isobel took a seat in a wet Ravelston Park, Edinburgh. Mum Jo Duncan said it was Isobel's second birthday on Saturday.Image source, Morgan IrvingImage caption, Morgan Irving, from Alloa, was among the spectators at a jousting tournament at Linlithgow Palace.Image source, Wull TaylorImage caption, Achiltibuie was free from rain as most of the rest of Scotland was flooded. Wull and Agnes Taylor, from Pencaitland, were walking dog Roli near Acheninver waterfall.Image source, Lorna CarrImage caption, Springer spaniel Lola supported Andy Murray at Winbledon. Lorna Carr also watched the final at her parents' house in Edinburgh.Image source, Willie van ReinImage caption, Willie van Rein, from Belgium, enjoyed a day out in Ardgour with friends from the Lochaber and Lorne Ramblers.Image source, Richard TaylorImage caption, Stuart Taylor from Dunbar on his invisible surf board on Loch Coruisk in the heart of the Cuillin Hills, pictured by Richard Taylor.Image source, Bill AitkenImage caption, Bill Aitken from Bathgate took this image from his back garden looking northwest towards the setting sun. He said he was pleased to see some blue sky after recent rain.Image source, Charlie BruceImage caption, Charlie Bruce from Peterhead took this picture of cricket being played on the beach at Elie, Fife.Image source, Brendan MurphyImage caption, As soon as the rain stopped, the lawnmower came out at National Trust Scotland's Greenbank Gardens near Glasgow. Spotted by Brendan Murphy from Coatbridge.Image source, Gordon BennettImage caption, Gordon Bennett from East Kilbride took captured this image of the Cloch Lighthouse in Gourock while walking with his son Nathan.Image source, Gordon BruceImage caption, Dolphins in the Sound of Iona, pictured by Gordon Bruce of Iona as he travelled to Staffa.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.