Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 SeptemberPublished18 September 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightGordon Rhind image captionGordon Rhind, from Peterhead, says Crovie is "one of the jewels of the area". Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org copyrightDave Connanimage captionEarly morning mist over the River Tummel. Dave Connan, from Perth, was at Pitlochry Dam.image copyrightChristian Wagnerimage captionEilean Glas lighthouse on the Isle of Scalpay. Photo by Christian Wagner from the Isle of Lewis.image copyrightGi Jae Yunimage captionGi Jae Yun spent a "sunny Sunday morning" at Scrabster harbour.image copyrightSandy Borlandimage captionA young peregrine falcon came into land while Sandy Borland, from the Isle of Skye, was out walking his dog.image copyrightAlex Grahamimage captionEdinburgh began to stir with early morning rush hour. Alex Graham was on Hermiston House Road one "glorious September morning".image copyrightDerek Hextallimage captionDerek Hextall visited Hoddom Castle in Dumfries and Galloway.image copyrightMark Rennieimage captionA stunt rider performs at Dunfermline Festival with the Abbey in the background. Mark Rennie was there on Sunday.image copyrightJack F. McNaryimage captionJack McNary, from Sacramento, was at Iona Abbey early one morning.image copyrightAnne Lawsonimage captionAnne Lawson was on holiday in Kenmore when she saw a flock of sheep being gathered in.image copyrightSeamus Murphyimage captionEarly morning sun fell on the mist in Glasgow's Bellahouston Park. Seamus Murphy was there on Tuesday morning.image copyrightBruce Cairnsimage captionThe unicorn on top of the mercat cross in Aberdeen's Castlegate. Bruce Cairns, from Horley, was on a day out with his dad.image copyrightStewart Donaldsonimage captionViaduct and Dryburgh Abbey. Stewart Donaldson, from Hawick, was on the Eildon Hills near Melrose on Wednesday.image copyrightDonald Bruceimage captionA red grouse in heather on Scald Law. Dr Donald Bruce, from Edinburgh, said the Pentland Hills were covered in pink and purple.image copyrightRoy Whittakerimage captionFairy Pools on the Isle of Skye. Roy Whittaker, from Larbert, said it was a long walk to reach them.image copyrightBill Cameronimage captionKiel Church in Morvern. Photo by Bill Cameron from Lochaber.image copyrightMatt Lockleyimage captionLangamull on the Isle of Mull on Monday. Matt Lockley was on holiday from Nottingham.image copyrightLesley Andersonimage captionLesley Anderson, from Dundee, and the Tayside Trekkers spent Sunday on the Grey Corries at Spean Bridge.image copyrightRobert McMillanimage captionRobert McMillan watched the sun rise from his vantage point, in Hamilton, on Friday.image copyrightColin Gagenimage captionLuskentyre beach, Isle of Harris. Colin Gagen and family, from Livingston, were on holiday in the Outer Hebrides.image copyrightMark Griersonimage captionThe Union of South Africa steam train. Mark Grierson, from Edinburgh, spotted it near Bowland Tunnel on the Borders railway.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.