Your pictures of Scotland: 1-8 JulyPublished8 July 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Rob KayImage caption, Dusk over Perth on Friday, 1 July. Photo by Rob Kay from Kilsyth. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.Image source, Emma Macalister HallImage caption, The first day of the school holidays, and Zoe practised surfing on Torrisdale beach, Kintyre, with mum Emma Macalister Hall from Carradale.Image source, Beverly BergmanImage caption, The Pursuivants, Heralds and Lord Lyon passed the Palace of Holyroodhouse after the Royal opening of the Scottish Parliament on Saturday. Beverly Bergman, from Edinburgh, was watching the Ridings Parade.Image source, Malcolm ThomsonImage caption, Malcolm Thomson drove from Essex to spend the weekend in the Scottish countryside. Lunch was followed by a walk around the Falls of Bruar.Image source, Allan GriersonImage caption, Allan Grierson drove past the original blackhouse at Malacleit, North Uist.Image source, Audrey PhilpottImage caption, Audrey Philpott, from Aberdeenshire, was on Flotta Island.Image source, Stuart RaeImage caption, The Braw Lad and Braw Lass led a cavalcade of more than 300 horses during the Braw Lads Gathering, in Galashiels, on Saturday. Photo by Stuart Rae from Larbert.Image source, Dave StewartImage caption, The view from Mabie Forest, across the Solway Firth, towards Cumbria. Dave Stewart, from Dumfries, says Criffel is in the foreground.Image source, Paul TravisImage caption, Edinburgh's Dean Village on Saturday afternoon. Paul Travis, from Dolphinton, said there was brief respite from heavy rain.Image source, Lou DuncanImage caption, A tractor irrigates berries on a farm near Arbroath. Photo by Lou Duncan.Image source, Fiona MacdonaldImage caption, The end result of careful cultivation... Fiona Macdonald and fellow plot holder Alison with the first batch of this season's fruit at Beechwood Allotments.Image source, Julie ChalkImage caption, Hackley Bay made a scenic dog walking route for Julie Chalk from Collieston.Image source, Nicola LoudonImage caption, Nicola Loudon, from Arbroath, was at the finale of the town's colour run on Sunday afternoon.Image source, Eileen WilsonImage caption, A resident of Barra's Traigh Mhor beach, which doubles as the airport runway, greeted Eileen Wilson on Monday.Image source, PAul FairImage caption, Paul Fair spent a day wandering around Leith.Image source, Dawn LeonardImage caption, Dawn Leonard, from Dundee, went on a day trip to Stonehaven and nearby Dunnottar Castle.Image source, Philippa RobinsonImage caption, Philippa Robinson visited Glen Coe's Hidden Valley.Image source, Mike DuncanImage caption, Dundonian culture in Aberdeen's Marischal College was appreciated by Mike Duncan from Portlethen.Image source, Stuart MartinsonImage caption, Stuart Martinson, from South Wales, was on holiday in Tongue when he stopped at Kylesku jetty.Image source, E OliverImage caption, E Oliver, from Clackmannanshire, visited Falkland Palace.Image source, George PrenticeImage caption, A brooding sky loomed over George Prentice who was at Musselburgh harbour.Image source, Iain MackinnonImage caption, The Weeping Window exhibition at Perth's Black Watch Museum. Photo by Iain Mackinnon from Bridge of Earn.Image source, Stephanie DoweImage caption, Threave Castle at about 22:00. Photo by Stephanie Dowe from Dumfries and Galloway.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News on InstagramThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.