Your Pictures of Scotland: 29 July - 5 AugustPublished5 August 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Otherimage captionThe view from Bidean nam Bian in Glencoe, looking towards Ben Nevis over the Aonach Eagach Ridge, was a welcome sight for Thomas Lavelle from Glasgow. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Otherimage captionThis skua took a fish from Tony Diver's hand during a sea fishing trip off Stornoway. Gordon Macrae took the photo.image source, Otherimage captionA water lily in Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy was a good spot for this water vole to enjoy the sunshine. Andrew Herbert from Kinghorn stayed on dry land to take the photo.image source, Otherimage captionTheir first holiday in the Highlands took Steff Martin's family to Plockton. The family found time for crab fishing during their break from Bonnybridge.image source, Otherimage captionMike Cooper from Aberdeenshire was there to see the drums and pipes of the Gordon Highlander Association play in the grounds of Drum Castle.image source, Otherimage captionThis is the view from the office in Glasgow where Stuart Neville from Clydebank works.image source, Otherimage captionFenella, David and Sholto found a way to cool off in Duart Bay on the Isle of Mull while mum Sarah James looked on.image source, Otherimage captionTime for a rest for these walkers and Jim Ross from Linlithgow. Buachaille Etive Mor provided a scenic backdrop.image source, Otherimage captionThis former hotel in John O'Groats has had a facelift. The bright facade caught the attention of Helen Murray during a trip to Caithness.image source, Otherimage captionDamp, cold weather deterred neither these cyclists nor David Blackwood from an evening out in Bellahouston Park.image source, Otherimage captionThen they were gone. Frances Menter watched from the safety of her flat in Camperdown Street, Dundee as nearby high rise flats were demolished.image source, Otherimage captionTartan Day in Union Street was a colourful affair. Greg Wittrick from Aberdeen captured a parade leader in full ceremonial dress.image source, Otherimage captionA walk along the Cateran Trail gave Jim Reynolds from Bargeddie a good view of the Spittal of Glenshee.image source, Otherimage captionA competitor tackles the cross-country phase of Hopetoun International Horse Trials. Simon Humphreys from Edinburgh saw Hopetoun House and the River Forth in the background.image source, Otherimage captionThe maze at Pollok House entertained David Stewart and his family from Johnstone. He took this photo just before a wedding party arrived.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.