Your pictures of Scotland: 13 - 20 July
- 20 July 2012
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland from 13 to 20 July.
Shipyards in Govan. Dave Trott thought there is 'something a little bit Dali' about the cloud formation. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
'Young at heart' was Ailsa McDiarmid's suggestion for this photo taken at the top of Ballageich Hill in Glasgow.
A beach near the village of Brù on the Isle of Lewis. Ania and Creag Anderson, from Cruden Bay, ended their camping tour of Scotland with three days on Lewis and Harris for the Hebridean Celtic Festival.
Lyndsey's husband Simon Brook, from Edinburgh, pondered how to cross this stream in Glen Affric following heavy rainfall.
Sunset over the Callanish Stones was photographed by Peter Ward from North Yorkshire who was on holiday on the Isle of Lewis.
A long gone glacier gave Glen Nevis its U-shape. Bob Aird, from Fife, descended the summit of Ben Nevis.
Ruben practised his handwriting skills on Anstruther beach while dad Andy Archer, from Edinburgh, looked on.
Gordon Coutts, from East Kilbride, watched as his daughter flew a kite on Sands beach, Gairloch.
Attya's family farm in Dumfries. Stuart Watson, from Glasgow, said most of the animals have been rescued and 'live out their lives in peace wandering round the farm'.
"Glasgow Fair" was Kenny McAdam's title for this photo of Port Bannatyne on the Isle of Bute.
Rain drops on grass in Cathkin Braes, Glasgow, were Richard McKean's intended target when he saw this fly sitting quite peacefully.
Bourblach by the white sands of Morar is Karina Fitzgerald's 'piece of paradise'. She was on holiday from Glasgow. The Isles of Eigg and Rum are in the distance.
Aberdeen harbour on a calm day. Max Russell, from Montrose, said it was a different picture when rain fell the next day.
A fast flowing burn passes the Clock Mill. Photo by Jane Petrie from Tillicoultry.
A random group of strangers on top of Stob Dubh on Buachaille Etive Beag was photographed by Scott from Ayr.