Your pictures of Scotland: 16-23 OctoberPublished23 October 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightGraham Borthwickimage captionHawick's Wilton Park. Photo by Graham Borthwick from Galashiels. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org copyrightBeata Gurajekimage captionBen Nevis as seen from a cruise boat on Loch Linnhe. Beata Gurajek and husband Mike, from Edinburgh, were on holiday in Fort William.image copyrightNorman Watsonimage captionNorman Watson, from Aberdeen, visited the city's Johnston Gardens.image copyrightGordon Murchimage captionGordon Murch, from Luncarty, had "a stunning day" on the north end of the Isle of Iona.image copyrightAlastair Bellamyimage captionThe end of the day in Gardenstown, Banff. Alastair Bellamy was on holiday from Perth.image copyrightScott McNeillimage captionSwans flew over Blackwaterfoot on the Isle of Arran. Photo by Scott McNeill from Falkirk.image copyrightMarta Krakowieckaimage captionAn aerial view of the Cairngorms. Photo by Marta Krakowiecka.image copyrightJohn Patchettimage captionKingussie and the Cairngorms. Local resident John Patchett was on Creag Bheag one afternoon.image copyrightMike Harwoodimage captionMark Harwood, from Livingston, spotted these military ships off the Ayrshire coast on Sunday.image copyrightJeff Hattieimage captionOne tree is autumnal, its neighbour appears to still be in summer. Jeff Hattie, from Uplawmoor, went for a walk on Sunday.image copyrightIan Underwoodimage captionThe Gyle in Edinburgh. Photo by Ian Underwood.image copyrightMalcolm Whyteimage captionMalcolm Whyte had this view of Loch Etive, Ben Starav and Glen Kinglass from Meall Dearg.image copyrightEona Gilchristimage captionTodd and Murray chased dad's kite near Covesea lighthouse, Lossiemouth, as mum Eona Gilchrist watched proceedings.image copyrightAndrew Bellimage captionA goldcrest flew into Andrew Bell's window in Dalry.image copyrightGavin Greigimage captionThe site of the new V&A Museum at Dundee waterfront. Gavin Greig, from Kingsbarns, was on his way to work.image copyrightKay Ransonimage captionKay Ranson's five-month-old Toller puppy enjoyed the trip to Prestwick beach.image copyrightRichard McGarryimage captionEarly morning mist had yet to lift from Bearsden golf course on Saturday morning. Photo by Richard McGarry.image copyrightValerie Peglerimage captionValerie Pegler, from Livingston, visited Loch Lomond.image copyrightDrew Walkerimage captionA crowd gathered to watch a man and his jetpack on Oban Bay on Saturday afternoon. Drew Walker, from Strathaven, said the onlookers had as much fun watching him.image copyrightSenthil Gandiimage captionSenthil Gandi, from Edinburgh, and his brother took this 1966 Beetle for a spin in Aberdeen.image copyrightSteven McCannimage captionThe Falls of Clyde at Dundaff Linn. Steven McCann thought the water level low for October.image copyrightBrian Forsythimage captionBrian Forsyth, from Westmuir, stopped by Loch Faskally on Friday.image copyrightBlair McHattieimage captionDusk fell over Pettycur harbour, Kinghorn. Blair McHattie says Burntisland and the Forth bridges are in the background.image copyrightBob Wilsonimage captionWork continues on Aberdeen bypass. Bob Wilson, from Newmachar, was on his way to work when he passed through Dyce.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.