Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 AprilPublished18 April 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, ColinImage caption, Colin watched two anglers make their way back to Balmaha across a stormy Loch Lomond. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Keith JackImage caption, There were all sorts of onlookers during Keith Jack's visit to Glen Etive.Image source, Julian ParenImage caption, Julian Paren, from Munlochy, had this view of Bruray looking towards Housay, Out Skerries, in Shetland.Image source, Brian CairnsImage caption, Picturesque Cumbernauld on Wednesday morning. Photo by Brian Cairns from Coatbridge.Image source, Sheila StickleImage caption, The sun shone and a rainbow appeared over Buckie on Tuesday. Photo by Sheila Stickie.Image source, Lizzie StewartImage caption, Flowers in the Botanic Gardens were photographed by Lizzie Stewart from Edinburgh.Image source, Lee KindnessImage caption, Dusk fell over Edinburgh. Lee Kindness had wet feet getting back to dry land thanks to the incoming tide.Image source, James MunroImage caption, A family day out to St Cyrus. Olivia, Annie, Rhona and Honey the retriever were photographed by dad James Munro from Garelochhead.Image source, Duncan BuchananImage caption, Duncan Buchanan spent an hour admiring the sunset over the Isle of Mull whilst camped at Loch na Keal at the foot of Ben More.Image source, Karen CornwellImage caption, Ruaridh and Eilidh tackled the Quiraing, Isle of Skye. Dad Jonny and mum Karen Cornwell, from Bothwell, were there to celebrate their 40th birthdays.Image source, Kalina Gorniak Image caption, Golden retriever Tevin fancied being the third Kelpie at The Helix near Falkirk. Photo by Kalina Gorniak from Larbert.Image source, Audrey MacleanImage caption, Bostadh Iron Age settlement on the Isle of Lewis. Audrey Maclean was on holiday from Gibralter.Image source, Ruairidh CampbellImage caption, Ruairidh Campbell watched the rugby action during the Melrose Sevens at the weekend.Image source, Eric Niven Image caption, Eric Niven sent in this picture of a female blackbird taking back some old cigarette papers for her nest in the grounds of Dundee University.Image source, Bill CameronImage caption, Lochaber man Bill Cameron took this stunning image looking out from Ben Nevis early on Wednesday morning.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.