Your pictures of Scotland: 30 August - 6 SeptemberPublished9 September 2013Shareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Mike WraggImage caption, A view of Arthur's Seat and Inchkeith from Hot Pot Wynd in Dysart. Photo by Mike Wragg from Glenrothes. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Rachel WildgooseImage caption, Rachel Wildgoose, from Dunan, had this view of the Isle of Skye from her vantage point in Applecross.Image source, Thomas KerriganImage caption, The symmetry and workmanship of this newly-renovated block of tenement flats, in Paisley, caught Thomas Kerrigan's attention.Image source, Frances MenterImage caption, Frances Menter, from Dundee, took this photo of a cobweb.Image source, Sylvia WatsonImage caption, The Red Arrows arrived in Prestwick airport to refuel. Sylvia Watson, from Kilmarnock, said they put on a great display for the crowd.Image source, Martin BlackImage caption, St Matthews Church, on Tay Street, was photographed by Martin Black from Perth.Image source, Srinivas VelugotlaImage caption, The waterfall of fireworks, viewed from Princes Street, was Srinivas Velugotla's favourite part of the end of the Edinburgh festival.Image source, Nick GallacherImage caption, A view of Loch Gilp, part of Loch Fyne, from Nick Gallacher's friend's back garden in Ardrishaig.Image source, Brian HughesImage caption, Lamp posts in Edinburgh. Photo by Brian Hughes from Wishaw.Image source, Kate O'HaraImage caption, Kate O'Hara had "a good drying day" for nappies in Linlithgow.Image source, Stephen MahoneyImage caption, The Hydro, in Glasgow, illuminated at night. Stephen Mahoney, from Dumbarton, was in Glasgow Skypark on 1 September.Image source, Peter FryImage caption, A windy weekend canoe trip on Creag an Dubh Loch for Peter Fry.Image source, David LumsdenImage caption, Six-year-old Angus was on a homework expedition in Dollar Glen with dad David Lumsden.Image source, Sean ByrneImage caption, Angela Byrne shows off her biggest ever catch, a 17lb pike, caught near Port William, with husband Sean and son Luke.Image source, Michael BeglanImage caption, The good summer weather produced a glut of raspberries. Michael Beglan was in the gardens of Culross Palace.Image source, Robert DavidsonImage caption, Isla wanted a display balloon in Tobermory. Dad Robert Davidson, from Coatbridge, said the smiles soon disappeared when she could not have one.Image source, Kathleen SkinnerImage caption, Lochcarron on the banks of Loch Carron. Kathleen Skinner, from Inverness, and her friend were on their way to Plockton.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.