Your pictures of Scotland: 4 - 11 SeptemberPublished11 September 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Peter AtkinsonImage caption, The view over Loch Shiel and Glenfinnan monument. Peter Atkinson and family were on holiday, from Lincoln, in the Highlands. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.orgImage source, Andy HImage caption, Sunrise over Connel Bridge, near Oban, was watched by Andy H.Image source, Gemma McGroartyImage caption, Inverclyde's first Festival of Fire saw 20 fire engines parade through Gemma McGroarty's home town of GreenockImage source, Lauren KellyImage caption, Lauren Kelly was at Rothesay harbour, on the Isle of Bute, on Friday.Image source, Jan BinnieImage caption, September means harvest time on the Isle of Colonsay. Photo by Jan Binnie from Scalasaig.Image source, Ross and Eileen WilkinsonImage caption, Ross and Eileen Wilkinson, from the Black Isle, came across a fairy house on the Rosehaugh Estate while out walking their dog.Image source, Mathew LeggeImage caption, Was a Minion on the loose in Cupar? Photo by Mathew Legge.Image source, Louise MackayImage caption, Louise Mackay, from Brora, watched this otter rest on the rocks of the local beach on Saturday.Image source, John DyerImage caption, Glasgow as seen from the Tradeston footbridge, over the River Clyde, by John Dyer from Motherwell.Image source, Andrew HendersonImage caption, Andrew Henderson, from Kilmarnock, watched the Red Arrows at the Scottish Airshow.Image source, Angela JonesImage caption, The Queen made time for the Braemar Gathering, as did Angela Jones and husband Brod from Alford.Image source, Fiona and Alan EdwardsImage caption, A steep climb up Sron a'Chlachain rewarded Fiona and Alan Edwards, from Linlithgow, with this view of Killin.Image source, Fiona MacLeodImage caption, Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull. Photo by Fiona MacLeod from Auchtertool.Image source, Alex McSorley Image caption, Riders in the Tour of Britain cycle race made their way through St Boswells. Photo by Alex McSorley.Image source, Rae McGaffinImage caption, Oor Wullie was spotted in Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy, by Rae McGaffin.Image source, Emma HareImage caption, Emma Hare visited the Isle of Iona during her latest holiday.Image source, Raymond BeattyImage caption, Hay bales in Bishopbriggs. Photo by Raymond Beatty from Glasgow.Image source, Martin DornanImage caption, Bothwell scarecrow festival is in full flow. Photo by Martin Dornan from Coatbridge.Image source, Carolynn MaloneImage caption, Hamish discovers Connect Four with Carolynn Malone from Rutherglen.Image source, Alisdair McDonaldImage caption, View west from the top of the Cobbler from Alisdair McDonald.Image source, David FergusonImage caption, David Ferguson, from Renfrew, visited Scotland's only operating Bascule Bridge, over the River Cart, on Doors Open Day on Saturday.Image source, Paul CameronImage caption, Dawn breaks over Slains Castle by Cruden Bay. Photo by Paul Cameron.Image source, Graeme SharpImage caption, Fog over the river in Balloch. Graeme Sharp was cycling to work.Image source, Thomas TobiasImage caption, Thomas Tobias, from Falkirk, was walking the West Highland Way when the sun broke through the clouds over Glen Coe.Image source, Elaine WilsonImage caption, Elaine Wilson, from Lasswade, watched St Abbs lifeboat accompany Nick Ray back to shore, after his round Scotland trip to raise funds for the RNLI, and before the station closed for good on Tuesday.Image source, Mrs. Y. SaundersImage caption, The view from the summit of East Lomond Hill. Photo by Mrs. Y. Saunders from Cupar.Image source, Chris AndrewsImage caption, A clear night over the Cairngorms gave Chris Andrews, from Burntisland, a spectacular view of the Milky Way.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.