Your pictures of Scotland: 17-24 JulyPublished29 July 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Marek KrajewskiImage caption, Marek Krajewski, from Edinburgh, sent in this photo of Smoo Cave, Durness.Image source, Iain MackinnonImage caption, The viewing platform in Tay Street, Perth. Iain Mackinnon, from Bridge of Earn, says it is "becoming Perth’s equivalent of Le Pont des Arts in Paris".Image source, Alastair HoodImage caption, Alastair Hood spent Wednesday afternoon on Mellon Udrigle beach, Wester Ross, with his nephews and family.Image source, Bruce and Marika FyfeImage caption, The IPC swimming world championships were held at Tollcross swimming centre on Saturday. Bruce and Marika Fyfe, from Glasgow, said it was a privilege to watch the starts for the 50m backstroke S3 heats.Image source, Paul McNamaraImage caption, Eleni and Sophia bagged their first munro, Ben Lomond, while on holiday from the Netherlands with dad Paul McNamara.Image source, Mary TurnerImage caption, Mary Turner, from Bridge of Weir, explored the Isle of Lismore during a biking holiday.Image source, Carolyn JonesImage caption, Elin collected shells on Monreith beach, Dumfries and Galloway, while on holiday with mum Carolyn Jones from Loanhead.Image source, Jane HinshalwoodImage caption, Jane Hinshalwood sent in this photo of Loch Moidart.Image source, Sam RossImage caption, Edinburgh carnival parade took place on Sunday. Sam Ross, from Dunfermline, watched the spectacle on The Mound.Image source, David MeikleImage caption, David Meikle, from Glasgow, climbed The Cobbler with his girlfriend.Image source, Eric NivenImage caption, Puffins were busy feeding their pufflings. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was on the Isle of May this week.Image source, Bethan JonesImage caption, Burghead beach, Moray. Bethan Jones, from Dunfermline, was visiting family.Image source, Bradley CarrollImage caption, Bicycles are lifted from a ferry. Bradley Carroll, from Torphins, was on a Shetland adventure.Image source, Jean CameronImage caption, An impromptu visitor awaited Jean Cameron on the shed door in Moidart.Image source, Jim BallImage caption, Jim Ball saw the Jacobite steam train, at Banavie, while on a trip along the Caledonian Canal from Inverness to Fort William.Image source, Alan RossImage caption, Alan Ross, from Edinburgh, spotted this red squirrel in the Black Isle on Friday.Image source, Rob WareImage caption, An art installation at the Tarskavaig Communities Hall on the Isle of Skye. Rob Ware, from Ord, said the Small Isles are in the distance.Image source, Martin DouganImage caption, The inaugural Butefest music festival was held on the Isle of Bute, at the weekend. Martin Dougan, from Rothesay, was there.Image source, Mo ElliottImage caption, Mo Elliott watched sunrise over the Cromarty Firth. Photo sent in by John Kerfoot.Image source, Julian ParenImage caption, Walking the dog on Rosemarkie beach is, for Julian Paren from Munlochy, one of the pleasures of living in the Black Isle.Image source, John BakerImage caption, A doocot at Findlater near Sandend. John Baker, from Dufftown, was there on Thursday.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.