Your pictures of Scotland: 10 - 17 OctoberPublishedduration22 October 2014SharenocloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightEric Nivenimage captionThe Tay Bridge on Wednesday morning was photographed by Eric Niven from Dundee. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightAlan Patersonimage captionJocelyn gets a swing from her dad, Scott, at a wedding. Photo by Alan Paterson.image copyrightChris Smithimage captionTeapots at a tea room in Kinlochard were photographed by Chris Smith from Glasgow.image copyrightFinlay Lumsdenimage captionThis dandelion encased in a spider's web was taken by Finlay Lumsden, from Deanston, who took a detour on his way home to Clackmannan Tower.image copyrightAdam Simeimage captionA bird's-eye view of Braemar. Adam Sime, from Banchory, was paragliding up the Glen.image copyrightAndrzej Majdanikimage captionAndrzej Majdanik, from Aberfoyle, took this colourful picture at Achray Forest, part of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.image copyrightRegimage captionEmptying the spent cartridges of a gun. Andrew Currie sent in this photo taken by Reg of a clay pigeon shoot.image copyrightRyan Grayimage captionA Fife war memorial is being restored. Ryan Gray, from Cupar, thinks: "The Angel now looks exceptionally creepy, a bit like something from Doctor Who."image copyrightJulianne Robertsonimage captionA potato harvest in Angus was a fascinating watch for Julianne Robertson from Muirhead.image copyrightCraig Cunninghamimage captionAutumn in Strathaven. Craig Cunningham, from Strathaven, is making the most of the good weather before he and his wife return to South America.image copyrightAnthony image captionSunrise on Calton Hill in Edinburgh on Friday morning. Taken by Anthony Robsonimage copyrightStewart Murrayimage captionCaroline and Gill in Glentress Forest Park near Peebles. Stewart Murray, from Dunfermline, took the photo.image copyrightElaine Grassimage captionElaine Grass and her sister saw Conic Hill as the mist cleared during their walk along the West Highland Way between Drymen and Balmaha on Sunday.image copyrightFrances Menterimage captionA window in Aberdeen harbour control centre. Frances Menter, from Dundee, liked the reflections which created an "abstract ever-changing display".image copyrightKeith Duncanimage captionThis photo of clothes pegs was taken by Keith Duncan, from Dundee.image copyrightRichard Cooperimage captionDad Richard Cooper, from Glasgow, and Kieran were out early on Sunday morning while on holiday in the Isle of Skye. This is the road near Talisker and Carbost.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your pictures of ScotlandPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.