Your pictures of Scotland: 21-28 AugustPublished28 August 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightScott Irvingimage caption"I like the colours that came out just as the sun dipped below the clouds," said Scott Irving who took this at Granton Square as he cycled home from work in Edinburgh. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org copyrightRyan Gillimage caption"I took some photos of a walk I took to Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven," said Ryan Gill from Aberdeen.image copyrightEric Nivenimage caption"This little grebe had a stickleback for his/her lunch at Morton lochs near Tayport in Fife" said Eric Niven.image copyrightWilliam Reedimage captionThe old bandstand in Musselburgh public park was "still looking good after all these years", according to William Reedimage copyrightJamie Hastingsimage captionJamie Hastings took this picture while on holiday. "This is the bridge over to Scalpay where you need to look out for the locals!" he said.image copyrightGordon Mackieimage captionAn auroral display captured by Gordon Mackie from a moonlit Thurso beach. The bright lights bottom centre are the port of Scrabster.image copyrightBill Cameronimage caption"Highland traffic calming measures at Allt Mhuic, Loch Arkaig," said Bill Cameron from Lochaberimage copyrightIain Wilkieimage captionIain Wilkie from Perth caught the moment this dolphin came up for a nosey at Broughty Ferry in Dundeeimage copyrightAndy Kiddimage caption"Our first attempt at fire spinning photography in a underpass near Carnoustie," said Andy Kidd who took this image of his son Andrew.image copyrightStev Chandlerimage captionCumbrae ferry docking at Largs, taken while Steve Chandler and his family waited to board for a family cycle around the island.image copyrightJames Duffimage captionJames Duff took the picture of the Colombian Navy training vessel the ARC Gloria which visited Leith docks.image copyrightClaire Caddenimage captionAlex Cadden's wife Claire took this stunning picture of the sunset over Inver Bay on Dornoch Firth.image copyrightGraeme Conlanimage caption"Had a fabulous day out on a steam train from Bo'ness to Manuel. A real blast from the past," said Graeme Conlan from Alva.image copyrightRobert Davidsonimage captionSome local young men taking their boat out in Tobermory were snapped by Robert Davidson.image copyrightAmanda Ruddickimage captionAmanda Ruddick took photos of the aurora or "merry dancers" as she says they are called in Orkney. Taken from her garden in Toab.image copyrightRichard Gassimage captionRichard Gass from Ayrshire took this picture of his wife’s parents taking in the view in Glen Etive. "Just like James Bond and M did in Skyfall," he said.image copyrightRab Stewartimage captionA red squirrel enjoying the summer in Rab Stewart's garden in Pitlochryimage copyrightKyle Macintyreimage captionA "particularly purple" sunset taken by Kyle Macintyre from North Ballachulish looking out over Loch Linnhe.image copyrightGavin Johnsonimage captionGavin Johnson took this image of a Culross street while visiting a friend for a "mini Outlander tour".image copyrightJulian Parenimage captionJulian Paren said four adults and two dogs had their Sunday lunch in the shade on this secluded beach north of Rosemarkie on the Black Isle.image copyrightDavid Tennantimage captionDavid Tennant captured this and other images at the British Tour Car Championship at Knockhill in Fife.image copyrightJames Johnstonimage captionView of Port Seton Harbour, just before a rain storm. Taken by James Johnstonimage copyrightBrian Hughesimage captionA vibrant pink rose in full bloom. Taken by Brian Hughes from Wishaw in the Queen Mother garden in the Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh.image copyrightDoogie Kenyonimage captionDoogie Kenyon took advantage of the view from a porthole on the PS Waverley to take this picture of the SS Glenlee at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow.image copyrightHannah Robertsimage captionKite-flying in Sanna Bay, Ardnamurchan. Taken by Hannah Roberts from Oxford.image copyrightMalcolm Wilsonimage captionThis reminder of life in Banchory before cars and the 19th century railway boom was captured by Malcolm Wilsonimage copyrightAndy Butlerimage captionMemory locks on the Forth Road ridge taken by Andy Butler from Kinross while out walking.image copyrightMartin Simimage captionSunrise at Botney Bay in Stonehaven, captured by Martin Sim.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.