Your pictures of Scotland: 26 July - 2 AugustPublished2 August 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Patrick Prosserimage captionThe beach at Bellochantuy on the Kintyre peninsula was photographed by Patrick Prosser. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Tish Chalmersimage captionA resident in the garden in Eddleston near Peebles. Tish Chalmers said she was not quick enough to snap the other mole.image source, Stuart Nevilleimage captionA beautiful window of a bar in Glasgow city centre provided Stuart Neville, from Clydebank, with a photographic opportunity.image source, Will Feaseyimage captionZoe and dad Will Feasey, from Newtonhill, were at Loch Morlich. The Cairngorms are in the background.image source, George McFaddenimage captionGeorge McFadden, from Erskine, said Sam was deciding what to chase next.image source, Alan Corrieimage captionLangholm Common Riding. Alan Corrie went with his 70-year-old father Jock and they "had a ball in the fantastic Scottish summer weather".image source, Frances Menterimage captionFrances Menter, from Dundee, wondered if this hideaway near Auchmithie would soon be hidden completely.image source, Michael Lithgowimage captionThe demolition of the chimney at Inverkip power station marked the end of an era. Michael Lithgow and his family, from Kilmarnock, were there to witness the moment.image source, Jamie MacGregorimage captionFlash flooding on Tuesday afternoon caused a drain to burst in a street in the Granite City. Photo by Jamie MacGregor from Aberdeen.image source, Alex Robertsonimage captionThe concourse of Weymss Bay train station. Photo by Alex Robertson from Glasgow.image source, Jamie McQuade_Foster Evansimage captionJamie proudly shows his dad a freshly caught mackerel from the Clyde at Gourock.image source, Robert Davidsonimage captionRobert Davidson, from Coatbridge, caught a train coming into Partick train station in Glasgow.image source, Ewan McTaggartimage captionA competitor in the weight throw at Airth Highland Games on Saturday. Photo by Ewan McTaggart from Polmont.image source, Martin McPhieimage captionWhitelee wind farm by Martin McPhie.image source, Sarah Adamsimage captionThe lighting of Robert Montgomery's poem on the Mound signalled the start of the Edinburgh Art Festival. Sarah Adams watched the sculpture burn.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.