Your pictures of Scotland: 3 - 10 OctoberPublished14 October 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightSheila Wattimage captionSheila Watt's brother and sister-in-law were on holiday from London when they visited the Wallace Monument. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightStuart Hughesimage captionStuart Hughes, from Larkhall, visited distilleries on the Isle of Islay with his brother and their respective other halves. Was it just the symmetry of the barrels and view of Jura in across the bay that made Bunnahabhain their favourite?image copyrightNeil Mansonimage captionScene from a horror movie? No, it's the Millennium Bridge draped in thick fog on Tuesday morning when Neil Manson, from Glasgow, was on his way to work.image copyrightSylvia Beaumontimage captionSylvia Beaumont, from North Berwick, spotted this Exmoor pony in North Berwick Law.image copyrightMichael Sinatimage captionAn African Daisy "Giles Gibley" was photographed by Michael Sinat, from Clydebank, at the Kibble Palace in Glasgow.image copyrightBungee Jump Scotlandimage captionA double back flip into a bungee jump off the Titan Crane in Clydebank. Just a regular Saturday for William Warnock.image copyrightMorven Sutherlandimage captionFine weather greeted Morven Sutherland during a week-long break at home in Brora, away from the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh.image copyrightJim Smithimage captionStormy waves in the local harbour. Jim Smith, from Stonehaven, took it as a sign that autumn has arrived.image copyrightClaire Thompsonimage captionSigns of autumn further south in Glasgow's Pollok Park. Photo by Claire Thompson.image copyrightRebecca Chownimage captionMum Rebecca said Olivia "could hardly contain her excitement" during her first visit to Balamory, also known as Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.image copyrightMatheus Maneschyimage captionMatheus Maneschy, from Brazil and living in Lisbon, sent in this photo of his two loves; the lady and the location which is the Isle of Skye.image copyrightMargaret Douglasimage captionRona enjoyed a woodland walk with owner Margaret Douglas near Head of Muir, Stirlingshire.image copyrightUna Cliveimage captionThe Great Scottish Run set off from George Square on Sunday morning. Una Clive, from Glasgow, had a vantage point on St Vincent Street to see her husband take part in the half marathon.image copyrightAllan Smithimage captionCows on the horizon as the sun rose. Allan Smith, from Edinburgh, and his wife were out for a Sunday morning walk in Carnwath in South Lanarkshire.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.