Your pictures of Scotland: 18-25 SeptemberPublished29 September 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightIain Duguidimage captionThe view from West Lomond looking north. Photo by Ian Duguid. Send us your pictures to email@example.com copyrightBrian Finlayimage captionThe River Tay from Kinfauns. Photo by Brian Finlay.image copyrightRichard and Jackie McQueenimage captionRichard and Jackie McQueen, from Symington, weren't the only ones enjoying fine weather at Kildonan on the Isle of Arran.image copyrightSarah Woodimage captionErrol community orchard. Sarah Wood was there on Saturday.image copyrightFrances Allanimage captionFrances Allan watched teams compete in a race on the Pentland Hills to raise money for charity.image copyrightStuart Baxterimage captionCockenzie power station's hours are numbered. Stuart Baxter, from Portobello, watched sunrise on Friday morning.image copyrightEric Davidsonimage captionEric Davidson,, from Dollar, was at Loch Leven early one morning.image copyrightWill Robinsonimage captionWill Robinson was at Portavadie marina on Saturday night.image copyrightAllan Cameronimage captionThe Isle of Eigg, as seen from the Arisaig area, by Allan Cameron who was on holiday from Banff.image copyrightGarry Quinnimage captionGarry Quinn, from Sauchie, spotted these horses in Culross.image copyrightSimon Gribben image captionRothesay pavilion is about to close for a two-year £8m refurbishment. Simon Gribben, from Glasgow, was there on Monday.image copyrightAnnie Brownimage captionSunrise over Black Sands, in Aberdour, Fife. Photo by Annie Brown.image copyrightEric Nivenimage captionA mouse in its house in Tentsmuir Forest, Morton Lochs. Photo by Eric Niven from Dundee.image copyrightSarah Farleyimage captionSarah Farley walked across the Skye bridge.image copyrightGerry Macdonaldimage captionGerry Macdonald, from Aberdeen, saw this caterpillar at Loch Muick, Deeside.image copyrightColin Rattrayimage captionColin Rattray sent in this photo of mist over Gleddoch golf course.image copyrightMalcolm Sharpimage captionA rainbow over Loch Katrine. Malcolm Sharp wonders where the pot of gold is.image copyrightPeter Maciverimage captionSeilebost beach, on the Isle of Harris, on what Peter Maciver described as one of the hottest days of the year.image copyrightJackie Mitchellimage captionJackie Mitchell, from Bo'Ness, said she encountered "slow mooooving traffic" on the road from the Colintraive ferry towards Glendaruel.image copyrightFiona McCormackimage captionThe west front of Jedburgh Abbey. Fiona McCormack stood in the nave on Saturday.image copyrightKirsty Mackayimage captionA still Loch Fyne was admired from Strachur by Kirsty Mackay from Edinburgh.image copyrightRobbieimage captionRobbie watched his dad "picking tatties" on the allotment. Photo sent in by Jim McGrory from Glasgow.image copyrightAlan Pottingerimage captionThe sun rose over the capital on Saturday morning. Alan Pottinger, from Edinburgh, got up early to watch it from Corstorphine Hill.image copyrightMhairi Irvingimage captionMhairi Irving, from Laurencekirk, saw Inverness Cathedral on Saturday.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.