Your pictures of Scotland: 7-14 AugustPublishedduration14 August 2015SharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightJohn Bousieimage captionA bird's-eye view of Auchtermuchty, thanks to John Bousie's drone. Send us your pictures to email@example.com copyrightBrian Hughesimage captionThe east gate at Edinburgh's botanic gardens were photographed by Brian Hughes from Wishaw.image copyrightHelen Bishopimage captionRuby Bay, Elie. Helen Bishop was there on Tuesday evening.image copyrightBelinda Kennedyimage captionBelinda Kennedy took time to lounge in St Abbs Nature Reserve.image copyrightBrian Doyleimage captionThe Perseid meteor shower from Downie Point, Stonehaven. Photo by Brian Doyle.image copyrightEmma Donaldimage captionEmma Donald noticed this flowering thistle in Millbuies country park while out for a walk with her mum.image copyrightKim McCannimage captionKim McCann visited Knoydart for her 50th birthday.image copyrightDavid LeveNimage captionDavid Leven, from Cambusbarron, was at Loch Assynt.image copyrightJoanne Millsimage captionAmy opted to rest while walking around Loch Morlich with mum Joanne Mills from Dundee.image copyrightJim Slossimage captionGlasgow's George Square. Photo by Jim Sloss.image copyrightKenneth Nicolsonimage captionKenneth Nicolson, from Glasgow, thought this year's Belladrum festival was fantastic.image copyrightRona Vaseyimage captionSunset over South Uist. Rona Vasey was in Strome.image copyrightDavid Wilsonimage captionThe first chance to visit the beach at the start of Zoe's summer holiday, near Arisaig, with dad David Wilson from Maddiston.image copyrightLee Macleanimage captionA dragonfly touched down in Ormidale on the Isle of Arran. Photo by Lee Maclean.image copyrightAlan Cockburnimage captionAlan Cockburn, from Kelso, took this photo of Kelso Abbey from the town's war memorial.image copyrightSusan Maciverimage captionLuskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris. Susan Maciver, from Inverurie, was on holiday in Lewis and Harris.image copyrightKen McArthurimage captionKilbarchan Pipe Band are "made of tougher stuff" and braved the rain as these spectators at Piping Live, in Glasgow, demonstrate. Photo by Ken McArthur.image copyrightNorman Watsonimage captionPoppies in Hazelhead, Aberdeen. Photo by Norman Watson from Bieldside.image copyrightGail Simimage captionTime for a snack. Gail Sim, from Aberdeen, was on a weekend break in Aviemore with husband David.image copyrightGlyn Bootonimage captionGlyn Booton, from Roberton, stopped to admire the view from Biggar to Skirling on Thursday morning.image copyrightKenny Krievsimage captionHosta beach on North Uist. Kenny Krievs, from Motherwell, was on a family holiday to the place where his grandparents lived.image copyrightALAn Toughimage captionThe Aurora Borealis over Lossiemouth around 03:00 on Thursday. Alan Tough, from Elgin, was there to see the Perseid meteor shower when "the aurora suddenly flared up".image copyrightColin Reidimage captionSpot the heron among the stone statues? Courtesy of Colin Reid who was in Edinburgh's Dean Village.image copyrightCaitlin Wallisimage captionCaitlin Wallis, from Kirkwall, was at Orkney's Scapa Bay "on a gorgeous sunny morning".image copyrightFaysal Abukarimage captionFaysal Abukar decided to free dive in St Abbs Bay on Sunday.image copyrightAlfy Borlandimage captionMattie jumped off a rock by Loch Ericht during a day trip with dad Alfy Borland from Livingston.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.