Your pictures of Scotland: 20 - 27 JulyPublished27 July 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightIain Lawrieimage captionHow do you clean a harbour? Iain Lawrie spotted this dredger at work in Aberdeen. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightIain Campbellimage captionDoes this path lead to the Giant's Causeway? Iain Campbell, from Stourbridge in the West Midlands, said it connects Fingal's Cave on the Isle of Staffa to the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.image copyrightTracy Aielloimage captionRock at Clava Cairns near Inverness. Tracy Aiello embarked on an "ancestral journey" from Canada to Scotland where her family are originally from.image copyrightBrian Archboldimage captionA surfer on Dail Mor beach on the Isle of Lewis. Brian Archbold, from Glasgow, took the photo at dusk.image copyrightAndy Cravenimage captionSix-year-old Henry, from Argyll, was snorkelling off the Kintyre Peninsula near the Isle of Gigha. Photo by Andy Craven.image copyrightDyane Reidimage captionFishermen on the pier at sunset were photographed by Dyane Reid from Ayr.image copyrightDave Tarvitimage captionA "white knuckle" ride at the Rewind Festival in Scone. Dave Tarvit, from Dunkeld, had his feet firmly on the ground when he took this photo.image copyrightLiam McDowellimage captionPuffins preparing to leave the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth. Liam McDowell, from Kirkliston in West Lothian, took advantage of a break between rain showers.image copyrightLeeanne Hainesimage caption"Say cheese". Rowan practised his photography skills on his parents. Mum Leeanne said they were attending a wedding in Caithness.image copyrightCampbell Ramageimage captionEilean Donan Castle on Saturday night. Campbell Ramage, from Glasgow, said they were on holiday but had yet to see the sun and not just because it was night time.image copyrightGenny Guyimage captionFinlay prepared for the Olympic Games in his own way on Skipness Castle beach. Mum Genny Guy, and the rest of the family, cheered him on.image copyrightAdrian Henryimage captionWas "Silence of the Lambs" top of the borrowing list? Adrian Henry, from Mid Calder, thought so.image copyrightLee Kindnessimage captionPortobello beach this week. Lee Kindness described it as "a glimpse of summer".image copyrightLisa McWattimage captionAn effigy burns during the Wickerman Festival in Kirkcudbright. Lisa McWatt said it was set alight at midnight.image copyrightEilidh McIntoshimage captionFreya, from Glasgow, picked up a crab on Aikerness beach in the Orkney Islands. She was visiting her grandparents with mum Eilidh McIntosh.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.