Your pictures of Scotland: 13 - 20 SeptemberPublished20 September 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightTerry Williamsimage captionThe sun set over West Loch Tarbert. Terry Williams, from Strathkinness, was on the Port Ellen to Kennacraig ferry. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightAnne Swanimage captionThe Tour of Britain race began in Peebles on Sunday. Anne Swan, from Galashiels, saw the breakaway lead group a few miles along the road at Caddonfoot.image copyrightElsbeth Campbellimage captionElsbeth Campbell's husband David and father-in-law Neil chose a good day for a trip to Fingal's Cave on the Isle of Staffa. They were on holiday in Fionnphort from Glasgow and Fortose respectively.image copyrightMartin Pirieimage captionOscar, Isla and Ruby were on a family walk through Binning Woods with dad Martin Pirie from Haddington.image copyrightFrank Kilgourimage captionFrank Kilgour watched a traditional smokie in action at the Dundee food and flower festival on Saturday.image copyrightDeborah Pini and Kevin Hassanimage captionA view of Ben More. Deborah Pini and Kevin Hassan were on the Inverarnan to Tyndrum part of the West Highland Way.image copyrightNic Rowleyimage captionSunset over Hawick on Sunday evening. Photo by Nic Rowley.image copyrightPAuline Irvineimage captionPauline Irvine was in Ardnamurchan where she snapped this peaceful scene.image copyrightSheonagh Lawimage captionShawlands, in Glasgow, appears to lie at the end of the rainbow. Sheonagh Law was at home on Sunday and captured the sunshine between downpours.image copyrightNiall Meagleimage captionHeather in bloom around Port Ellen on the Isle of Islay. Photo by Niall Meagle.image copyrightAngela Edwardsimage captionWheelbarrows are used to transport goods on and off the ferry on Easdale Island. Angela Edwards, from Aberlady, was there with her family.image copyrightFoster Evansimage captionErin Brady arrived at her wedding in the refurbished campervan once owned by her late dad Brian. Foster Evans said she left as Mrs James Wilson after the happy event on Saturday.image copyrightLiz Hansonimage captionSummer returned to East Lothian on Saturday. Liz Hanson, from Melrose, said it looked like that but did not elaborate on whether if felt warm.image copyrightDavid Cornerimage captionDavid Corner, from Livingston, climbed Ben Nevis with his sister who took a break when they reached the summit.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.