Your pictures of Scotland: 25 September - 2 OctoberPublished2 October 2015Shareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Kim BennettImage caption, A heron on St Andrews pier. Photo by Kim Bennett from Cupar. Send us your pictures to email@example.comImage source, Kirsteen McDonaldImage caption, Swimmers took to St Mary's Loch for a triathlon on Sunday. Kirsteen McDonald stayed on dry land while Susie Goodwin, Morag, Luci and Doro took a dip.Image source, Robert WrightImage caption, Clouds over the Isle of Kerrera on Monday evening. Photo by Robert Wright.Image source, Jim HendersonImage caption, St Monans pier. Photo by Jim Henderson from St Andrews.Image source, Elaine AdamImage caption, Dusk fell over Linn of Dee on Monday. Photo by Elaine Adam.Image source, Glyn BootonImage caption, Lunch time at the Scottish small holders show in Lanark. Photo by Glyn Booton from Roberton.Image source, Gavin CairneyImage caption, Gavin Cairney and family were on a camping holiday in Comrie. It was a chilly 2C overnight.Image source, Douglas LindsayImage caption, Photo by Douglas Lindsay.Image source, Katty Crawford Image caption, Sunrise over the North Sea, on Friday morning, as seen by Katty Crawford on the Jasmine Platform.Image source, William FraserImage caption, William Fraser, from Elderslie, was aware that he had company on a walk through Hunters Quay woods.Image source, Anthony RobsonImage caption, A mural at Meadowbank velodrome in Edinburgh. Anthony Robson says the cycling octopus is by Chris Rutterford.Image source, Jonny RossImage caption, Jonny Ross, his wife and puppy went to watch the sunset over Nairn beach on Tuesday.Image source, Andrew RussellImage caption, The tallest sunflower in Andrew Russell's garden, in Largs, is 2.6m high thanks to planting by green-fingered Cara.Image source, Greig RutherfordImage caption, Greig Rutherford was on the Forth Bridge on Thursday morning.Image source, Frances MenterImage caption, Frances Menter, from Dundee, attended the city's commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Loos. Shetland pony Cruachan is the Black Watch mascot.Image source, Louise CummingImage caption, Monday's sunset from Troon, looking towards the Isle of Arran. Photo by Louise Cumming.Image source, Alastair SeagroattImage caption, All that remains of Cockenzie power station after its demolition. Photo by Alastair Seagroatt.Image source, Dave SharpeImage caption, Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris. Dave Sharpe, from Edinburgh, was there on holiday on Monday.Image source, Ann PettigrewImage caption, Ann Pettigrew liked the engineering works that had appeared overnight in her garden.Image source, Neil BarrImage caption, A full moon illuminated the Finnieston crane. Photo by Neil Barr from Glasgow.Image source, Eilidh McHaleImage caption, Eilidh McHale said it was a "chilly but beautiful" Tuesday morning in Innerleithen.Image source, Brian JobsonImage caption, The lunar eclipse on Monday night. Brian Jobson watched it from his garden in Milngavie.Image source, Angela JonesImage caption, Graffiti in George Street, Glasgow. Photo by Angela Jones from Alford.Image source, Catherine ParkinsonImage caption, Dawn breaks over South Lanarkshire. Photo by Catherine Parkinson.Image source, Ken LintonImage caption, A boat on St Mary's Loch. Photo by Ken Linton.Image source, Alan C ToughImage caption, The aurora borealis over Hopeman beach, around 22:40 on Thursday. Alan C Tough, from Elgin, said the "very active auroral display was very easily seen."Image source, Jilly GrahamImage caption, The potato harvest near Crieff made Jilly Graham think of tatties and mince for dinner.Image source, Ernie Boath Image caption, Ernie Boath was on his way to work when he spotted this field of cattle, near Airlie, on Wednesday morning.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.