Your pictures of Scotland: 4 - 11 JulyPublished12 July 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightAlan Buchanimage captionDusk fell over the harbour, watched by Alan Buchan from Granton. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightLeigh Deasimage captionThe view from Prestwick beach on Thursday. Photo by Leigh Deas from Irvine.image copyrightCatherine Macleodimage captionCatherine Macleod, from the Isle of Skye, went for a run along Traigh Eais on the Isle of Barra and was greeted by these cattle at the end of it.image copyrightArlane Hunterimage captionArlane Hunter, husband Mark and son Alistair visited the Kelpies near Falkirk during a family day out.image copyrightFred Carruthersimage captionA field mouse snacked on a raspberry near Glen Livet. Photo by Fred Carruthers from Ellon.image copyrightMichael Farquharimage captionOminous clouds darkened over Burghead, Moray. Michael Farquhar said a downpour caused drain covers to be displaced because of the force of the water.image copyrightJames P Deansimage captionAn ear of barley in Bo'ness is a sign that harvest is approaching. James P Deans, from Livingston, was struck by its beauty.image copyrightGreg Ryanimage captionA mirrored look out-point in the Trossachs near Loch Voil and Loch Doine. Greg Ryan, from Falkirk, said it was installed by two final-year students.image copyrightWilliam Hardieimage captionConstance and Mattie, from California, visited Newark Castle ruins at St Monans on Saturday afternoon. Photo by William Hardie.image copyrightPeter Wardimage captionMangersta Bay and Kneep beach on the Isle of Lewis. Peter Ward was on holiday from Brotton, North Yorkshire.image copyrightMark Harkinimage captionThe Highlanders, 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (4 Scots), marched through Clydebank on Sunday. Mark Harkin noted that the regimental mascot, a Shetland pony called Cruachan IV, had pride of place.image copyrightJohn Hughesimage captionThe colour and pattern of a disused block of the Red Road flats drew the attention of John Hughes from Motherwell.image copyrightRobbie Findlayimage captionRobbie Findlay noticed these mirrors suspended in Glasgow's Kibble Palace.image copyrightSheila M Jonesimage captionThe Jones family, from Lennoxtown, in holiday mode. Mum Sheila said they were at Keiss beach, Caithness.image copyrightDarren Broganimage captionA field of poppies near Pattiesmuir, Fife. Darren Brogan was on his way home to Dunfermline.,Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.