Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 SeptemberPublished20 September 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightBruce Carlyleimage captionThe harvest has begun for Bruce Carlyle from North Berwick. North Berwick Law is in the background. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightFergus Lindsayimage captionSwallows on a weather vane in Fenwick, Ayrshire. Fergus Lindsay thought they looked as if they were getting their bearings before migrating to warmer climes for the winter.image copyrightSylvia Watsonimage captionA longship is set alight to mark the end of the Viking Festival in Largs. Photo by Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock.image copyrightBridget Khursheed image captionMark Cavendish was in Jedburgh for the Tour of Britain. Bridget Khursheed, from Darnick in the Scottish Borders, said he went on to win stage three of the race.image copyrightJanet Parkerimage captionAn RAF Typhoon flew over Largs Bay as part of the Viking Festival. Janet Parker, from Largs, said the pilot Scott grew up in the town, commenting: "What a way to pay a visit back to your hometown."image copyrightAndrew Robbimage captionLate summer on Roseisle beach on the Moray coast. Andrew Robb, from Aberdeen, captured the scene on Saturday, 8 September.image copyrightGarry Cameronimage captionA delay in the Tour of Britain meant an outrider had time for a cup of tea. Garry Cameron, from Moffat, described it as an 'act of kindness' by the lady who made the tea.image copyrightMazin Al-Salihiimage captionRays of light near Stonehaven. Mazin Al-Salihi, from Dundee, created the panorama by stitching three photos together.image copyrightRachel Tsangimage captionCompetitors at work in the Scottish open chainsaw carving competition in Carrbridge. Rachel Tsang, from Nottingham, said "it was a fantastic event".image copyrightRuari Dunsmuirimage captionSunset over Glencoe Lochan. Ruari Dunsmuir, from Glenrothes, was on a camping trip to Glencoe.image copyrightCara Wattimage captionSarah, 10, liked the giant bubble-making experiment outside Aberdeen Arts Centre. Mum Cara Watt, from Dyce, captured the event during the British Science Festival.image copyrightBrian McGuireimage captionBrian McGuire took this photo of Paisley town hall under renovation from Paisley Abbey. The building is being refurbished the Royal National MOD which will be held in the town in 2013.image copyrightJennifer Milliganimage captionAnstruther harbour was the destination for a day out for Jennifer Milligan and Gil from Edinburgh.image copyrightIain Campbellimage captionThe remains of a birllin or galley shelter at Kisimul Castle on the Isle of Barra. Photo by Iain Campbell from Stourbridge in the West Midlands.image copyrightAaron Dornanimage captionAaron Dornan photographed 'the ivy swing' in Newstead, Melrose.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.