Your pictures of Scotland: 14-21 AugustPublished30 August 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightDavid Grahamimage captionA rainbow over Glen Rosa on the Isle of Arran. David Graham, from Glasgow, said the sun came out ten minutes later. Send us your pictures to email@example.com copyrightMargaret Douglasimage captionDusk fell over the statue of Robert the Bruce at the site of the Battle of Bannockburn. Margaret Douglas, from Head of Muir, watched the sun set on Tuesday.image copyrightRichard Lewisimage captionRichard Lewis, from Sandwick, sent in this photo of Cunningsburgh in Mainland Shetland.image copyrightWalter Baxterimage captionAn audience, including Walter Baxter from Galashiels, watched a paraglider come in to land at the Loch of the Lowes in the Moffat Valley.image copyrightJim Elliottimage captionWhich location to choose? Photo by Jim Elliott from Greenock.image copyrightIan Klatschak image captionIan Klatschak, from Perth, stopped at the Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye during his holiday.image copyrightCaroline Soutarimage captionCaroline Gardner, from Edinburgh, described Monday evening's paddle at Gullane as the "perfect way to start the week".image copyrightIan Hartyimage captionAngus and David went for a swim in Loch Scavaig. Ian Harty, from Edinburgh, was on holiday on a yacht around the Isle of Skye with his fiancée and friends.image copyrightSylvia Beaumontimage captionSidecar racing at East Fortune race circuit near Haddington. Photo by Sylvia Beaumont from North Berwick.image copyrightDenise McKenzieimage captionDenise McKenzie, from Gorebridge, watched the sun set over Portmahomack on Sunday.image copyrightIain Woodimage captionEarly morning mist had begun to clear over Loch Creran. Iain Wood was on holiday at Tralee Bay for a week.image copyrightMartin Pirieimage captionThe view from the battlements of Tantallon Castle. Martin Pirie, from Haddington, was there with his family on Sunday.image copyrightLouise Meikleham image captionSuch focus and concentration. Brodie and Soren were at the rock pools of St Andrews' East Sands, on Wednesday, with mum Louise Meikleham from Newport-on-Tay.image copyrightMurray Herbertimage captionMurray Herbert was at Kinlochard on Saturday evening.image copyrightValery Toughimage captionKeiss harbour. Valery Tough, form Glasgow, was on holiday in in Caithness and Orkney.image copyrightKath Mannersimage captionKath Manners, from St Margaret's Hope, walked through Kirkwall on Mainland Orkney.image copyrightEllie Williamsimage captionA weaver hard at work in Crieff. Ellie Williams said the tartan was based on an original pattern from the 1740s.image copyrightEric Nivenimage captionA red squirrel at Morton lochs in Tentsmuir forest. Photo by Eric Niven from Dundee.image copyrightJamie Howdenimage captionThe Aurora Borealis as seen from St Andrews beach at around 03:00 on Sunday. Photo by Jamie Howden.image copyrightRory Symeimage captionAn entry in Killin's annual scarecrow competition. Rory Syme said this was one of the most colourful entries.image copyrightIrina Fossimage captionIrina Foss, who used to live in Edinburgh, watched the sun rise at about 05:00 following a "festival night out" with a group of friends.image copyrightNeil Inglisimage captionRannoch Highland Gathering was held in Kinloch Rannoch at the weekend. Neil Inglis said the caber tossing was particularly impressive.image copyrightDavid Perrieimage captionDavid Perrie took this sunset photo as he walked along Fairlie beach. Arran is in the background.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.