Your pictures of Scotland: 10 - 17 August
- 17 August 2012
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland from 10 to 17 August.
Lights on a temporary ceiling of an Edinburgh festival venue caught the attention of Anna Kucharska from St Andrews. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
A Shetland pony and trap took Anna and her father to her wedding on St Ninian's beach. Mother of the bride Sue Horne, from the Shetland Islands, was photographer on the journey.
A street performer at the Edinburgh festival caught the attention of Alan Gardner from Livingston.
There were 12 rafts in the race in Little Loch Broom. Jytte Piggott, from Scoraig, noted that all had a bathroom theme.
Adrian Henry, from Mid Calder, took this photo in Ecclesmachan, West Lothian.
A tree on the on the road between St Monans and Pittenweem. William Hardie, lives in California, and said this tree used to frighten him and his sister when they were growing up in the 1960s. He said: "Happy memories and the East Neuk is as picturesque as ever."
Alistair McLean tried out his new camera lens in the foot bridge which links the SECC and Exhibition Centre railway station.
Conn and Harris in the garden in Dunfermline. Dad Mark Rennie kept out of the way of the onslaught.
Peat stacks drying on the moor before being taken home. Kenny Steele, from Bathgate, was on holiday in Carloway on the Isle of Lewis.
Castle Semple, in the foreground, and Strathclyde Park raced in the Hawco Inverness sprint. Donald Cameron said: "Eton Dorney may be taking all the headlines but we try our best in the Highland capital."
One-year-old Isabelle at Achmelvich near Lochinver. Mum Carolyn France said the beach is 'hidden'.
Low hanging cloud over Bla Bheinn on the Isle of Skye. June Hughes, from West Lothian, said there had been glorious sunshine the day before.
Kenzie and dog Tess played in the park near Lennoxtown. Photo taken by dad Thomas Devlin from Condorrat.
Vintage tractors on display at the Kinross Agricultural Show. Louise Williamson, from Kirkcaldy, noted this was a small selection from the show.
A golfer playing the back nine at Royal Troon golf club. Fraser McDougall, from Stewarton, said the hills of Arran are in the background.