Your pictures of Scotland: 29 August - 5 SeptemberPublished5 September 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Heather StewartImage caption, Heather Stewart, from Airdrie, visited the Mull of Kintyre and in doing so 'bagged' the last lighthouse on mainland Scotland. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Lorraine ClarkImage caption, An entrant in Newburgh scarecrow festival inspired by the local linoleum factory. Photo by Lorraine Clark.Image source, Teresa SumerfieldImage caption, A favoured spot during the big busk on Portobello beach. Ruby and mum Teresa Sumerfield agree.Image source, Ken MillerImage caption, Gargunnock burn on a sunny August afternoon. Photo by Ken Miller from Glasgow.Image source, Florence EdwardsImage caption, The 'waterfall moment' during the festival fireworks at Edinburgh Castle. Florence Edwards, from Edinburgh, watched them from Princes Street.Image source, John AbbottImage caption, Lawrence, on the right, completed the Munros after 23 years and several trips from Somerset. John Abbott, from Bristol, said everyone in the photo walked up Stob na Broige, on Buchaille Etive Mor, with him.Image source, Alan PottingerImage caption, Alan Pottinger went for a walk near Edinburgh's Pentland Hills.Image source, Alan MackieImage caption, The cloud clearing from Stob Binnein. Alan Mackie, from Kinghorn, was on Ben More when he took the photo.Image source, Mary TurnerImage caption, Mary Turner, from Bridge of Weir, had views of the Argyll Hills while on a trip to the Isle of Bute.Image source, James WilliamsImage caption, James Williams took this selfie while surfing off the coast of Dunnet Bay. He wonders why anyone would need to go to warmer climates.Image source, Roy WhittakerImage caption, Viking day at DunCarron medieval village in Carron Valley Forest. Photo by Roy Whittaker from Larbert.Image source, Paul CrossanImage caption, An action sequence of kayakers on Allt a'Chaorainn burn, in Glen Etive, by Paul Crossan.Image source, Ela DzimitkoImage caption, Ela Dzimitko awoke to a beautiful sunrise after a cold night on Meall Buidhe Ridge in Knoydart.Image source, David McColganImage caption, The sky over Troon looking towards Lady Isle with Ailsa Craig in the background. David McColgan was there on Sunday afternoon.Image source, Kyle MacintyreImage caption, An aerial view of Glencoe. Kyle Macintyre, from North Ballachulish, used a drone to take the photo.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.