Your pictures of Scotland: 8-15 JulyPublished26 July 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Jose Vega-Lozanoimage captionColin Powley appeared to walk on Loch Ard. Photo by Jose Vega-Lozano from West Calder. Send your pictures to email@example.com or Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.image source, John Masonimage captionThe view from Stac Pollaidh, towards Loch Lurgainn and Ben More Coigach. John Mason, from Edinburgh, was on a walking holiday in Ullapool.image source, Bill Gemmellimage captionA lock fills at Fort Augustus. Bill Gemmell, from Prestwick, was on holiday with his wife Helen.image source, John McCannimage captionJohn McCann noticed a heron as he walked to the shops, along the Forth and Clyde Canal, in Glasgow.image source, PAm Mackayimage captionPam Mackay watched the sunset over Edinburgh on Monday.image source, Mat Nicholimage captionMat Nichol spotted these lockers in North Berwick harbour.image source, Mike Holderimage captionNotilucent clouds at about 01:00 on Wednesday. Mike Holder, from Forres, says they reflect the sun which is below the horizon and points out the star Capella in the sky.image source, Bill Carrickimage captionBill Carrick's local golf course, Royal Troon, was prepared for The Open.image source, Lyndsey Flemingimage captionMarlee needed help from brother Aaron to pick strawberries, on a farm near Nairn, with mum Lyndsey Fleming from Drumnadrochit.image source, Chris Whittinghamimage captionMother duck keeps watch as her ducklings sleep in Edinburgh. Chris Whittingham did not want to disturb them.image source, Fraser Kempimage captionNorth Berwick and the Firth of Forth. Photo by Fraser Kemp from East Kilbride.image source, William Hardieimage captionA field of poppies in the East Neuk of Fife. William Hardie, who is on holiday from California, says he is "impressed" with the area.image source, Paul Appelbeimage captionPaul Appelbe, from Altrincham, said these stags spent a week grazing on land around his holiday home in Milovaig, Skye.image source, David Dunlopimage captionHighland dancers peer through a window at Lochnell Castle, Benderloch. Photo by David Dunlop.image source, Alistair Wylieimage captionThe Eriskay beach where Bonnie Prince Charlie first set foot on Scottish soil, so says Alistair Wylie who was on holiday from Chepstow.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News on InstagramThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.