Your pictures of Scotland: 1 - 8 AugustPublished8 August 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Dominic BoydImage caption, James practised his fly-fishing at Lochindorb, Moray, with dad Dominic Boyd from Dallas, Moray. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Brendan MurphyImage caption, An act from the Edinburgh Military Tattoo visited Glasgow on Thursday. Photo by Brendan Murphy from Coatbridge.Image source, Bruce ChristieImage caption, Parascenders over Cairn O'Mount. Bruce Christie, from Westhill, said he and a friend spent half an hour watching them.Image source, Thomas KerriganImage caption, Welsh and Australian cyclists during the men's road race on Sunday. Thomas Kerrigan said it was great to see the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.Image source, Helen MckennaImage caption, Perfect place to pose for a picture. Helen Mckenna, from Dumfries, was on the Isle of Harris.Image source, Carolyn FranceImage caption, Benjamin and mum Carolyn France enjoyed the afternoon sun on the shore of Loch Broom at Ullapool.Image source, Rob WareImage caption, A concert in Sabhal Mor Ostaig college on the Isle of Skye. Rob Ware, from Ord, said there were 140 musicians in the college atrium.Image source, Ian WolfendenImage caption, Dawn over Fivepenny on the Isle of Lewis. Ian Wolfenden, from Liverpool, was on holiday in Ness.Image source, Ailsa Burn-MurdochImage caption, Ailsa Burn-Murdoch and friends gathered on the beach at Port Ban on the Isle of Iona.Image source, Darren BroganImage caption, Glen Etive in the valley of Glen Coe. Darren Brogan, from Dunfermline, said his enjoyment of the scenery was surpassed only by trying his hand at axe throwing at a block of wood.Image source, Duncan LamontImage caption, The crowd reacts as a rider in the men's road race tumbles in Glasgow city centre. Photo by Duncan Lamont from Langbank.Image source, Mark WatersImage caption, Glasgow's Duke of Wellington on the night of the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. Photo by Mark Waters.Image source, Michael McConvilleImage caption, The Australian men's hockey team during Glasgow 2014. Michael McConville said they were warming up for their match against Scotland.Image source, Bruce GrayImage caption, The base of the sundial in Crathes Castle Gardens near Banchory. The expression led Bruce Gray, from Aberdeen, to surmise that the sculpture is not a fan of heat.Image source, Fiona MathesonImage caption, Fiona Matheson and husband Finlay visited Edinburgh, from Melrose, for their first Military Tattoo.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.