Your pictures of Scotland: 25 July - 1 AugustPublished1 August 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Stephen AndersonImage caption, Stephen Anderson, from Bishopbriggs, watched the Commonwealth flotilla on the River Clyde on Saturday. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Eilidh MacPheeImage caption, Nessie made an appearance during the rugby sevens at Ibrox. Eilidh MacPhee said it was "a brilliant day".Image source, Joe MulgrewImage caption, A wallaby on Inchconnachan Island. Joe Mulgrew, from Port Glasgow, was on a kayaking trip along Loch Lomond when he spotted it.Image source, Graham FergusonImage caption, The Red Arrows were in action at the East Fortune Airshow. Photo by Graham Ferguson.Image source, Lesley FollanImage caption, Lesley Follan watched her son wakeboarding off the coast of Arisaig. The Isles of Eigg and Rum are in the background.Image source, Lisa MilneImage caption, Ruari and mum Lisa Milne, from Bearsden, bumped into the South African hockey team at Partick subway station.Image source, Steve RobertsImage caption, Water lilies floating in a pond. Steve Roberts was on his lunch break in Edinburgh.Image source, Brett WellsImage caption, A family holiday with Jock the dog at Pirnmill beach. Brett Wells said it had been a hot day on the Isle of Arran and the children wanted to swim before bedtime.Image source, Mandy McLeanImage caption, Finn and his dog took in the scene from Queen's View, Stirlingshire. Mum Mandy McLean, from Bearsden, was there too.Image source, Peter WilsonImage caption, Peter Wilson, from Cambridge, drove through the night to arrive in Glen Affric at 04:30 as the mist cleared.Image source, Jacqueline McDougallImage caption, Fraser, Jemma and dogs Duke and Rusty ran along the beach at Yellowcraigs in East Lothian. Mum Jacqueline McDougall said Scotland is the place to be this summer.Image source, Thom O'NeillImage caption, Loch an Eilein near Aviemore. Thom O'Neill said the water was too cold to swim in.Image source, Catherine ShawImage caption, The view from Bealach na Ba, in the Applecross Peninsula, to the Isles of Raasay and Skye. Catherine Shaw was on holiday.Image source, Lindsey BatemanImage caption, Connie with Clyde the Commonwealth Games mascot and a toy brick chum built to keep him company. Photo by Lindsey Bateman.Image source, Liz GibsonImage caption, A tranquil sunset over the River Clyde. Liz Gibson, from Cupar, said it had been a superb but rather wet Sunday at the Commonwealth Games.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.