Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 JulyPublished18 July 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, jackiemitchellImage caption, Jackie Mitchell's six-month-old cockapoo puppy Jenson became the third Kelpie during a visit to Falkirk. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, david walkerImage caption, A view of one of the Three Kings at Cullen in Moray by David Walker of Premnay, AberdeenshireImage caption, Audrey Hogg took this photo while returning from a stay in Cromarty with her husband, Alan. The dolphins seemed happy to pose for her camerasImage source, caroline stewartImage caption, Caroline Stewart's husband Alan enjoying the sunset over the Moray Firth after a run on the bikeImage caption, When terns attack... this bird got upset when Iain Forrest walked through its nesting area on the Isle of May.Image source, Eddie rossImage caption, Noctilucent clouds over Dundee taken with a telephoto lens by Edward Ross from Newburgh.Image source, Ian sutherlandImage caption, Ian Sutherland took this photo while mountain biking at Whitelee Wind Farm to the south of Glasgow.Image caption, Tay Rail Bridge with Dundee Law rising behind. Taken from Wormit Bay by James Green.Image source, johnImage caption, John Weir came across these sheep while walking his dogs along the coastal path on a holiday at Tarskavaig on Skye.Image source, johnImage caption, A photo of Kinlochleven and then Ben Nevis from the summit of Sgurr Eilde Mor taken by John Patchett from Kingussie.Image source, louise oliverImage caption, Louise Oliver from Fort William caught the culprit who has been stealing her strawberries.Image source, macraemeidaImage caption, Huge numbers of blue ringed moon and stinging lion’s mane jellyfish have been shoaling at Ullapool Harbour. Photo by Noel Hawkins.Image source, Neil macneillImage caption, Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh met the herd of ponies that live around North Berwick Law. They seemed a bit annoyed that he had found them.Image source, Martin briscoeImage caption, Draken Harald Harfagre made its way through the Caledonian Canal after losing its mast on the voyage across the North Sea earlier this month. Photo by Martin Briscoe.Image source, Norman williamsonImage caption, Norman Williamson says the Arctic Monkeys were on fire as they became the last-ever act to perform on the T in the Park stage at Balado.Image source, Shona renicksImage caption, This moody shot was taken by Shona Renicks on the journey home through Glencoe after a few days visit to Strontian.Image source, Sylvia BeaumontImage caption, Sylvia Beaumont snapped this smiling Exmoor pony near North Berwick LawMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.