Your pictures of Scotland: 22-29 JulyPublished31 July 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Jane McLarenimage captionJane McLaren, from Edinburgh, camped on Mingulay after kayaking there from Barra. Send your pictures to email@example.com or Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.image source, Alan Pottingerimage captionAlan Pottinger, from Edinburgh, thinks this street in Stockbridge is one of the prettiest in the capital at this time of year.image source, Andrew Lynasimage captionGirdle Ness lighthouse, near Aberdeen, as seen from Andrew Lynas's drone on Wednesday evening.image source, Chris and Jan Makeyimage captionGuillemots in Oban. Chris and Jan Makey were on holiday when they noticed them.image source, Duncan Blythimage captionA fresh breeze and sunshine provided Duncan Blyth, from Dunfermline, with a good day to sail along the Firth of Forth.image source, David Donachieimage captionCanyoning along the Falls of Bruar. David Donnachie , from Dundee, spotted the adventurers while walking his dog on Sunday.image source, PAul Brollyimage captionPaul Brolly stopped at Leaderfoot Viaduct while enjoying a few days at home in Galashiels.image source, Alan Mooreimage captionA fogbow appeared as the early mist lifted in Blackford. Photo by Alan Moore.image source, Fraser Stewartimage captionFraser Stewart thought this was "a lovely start to the day" on Aberdeen beach.image source, Douglas Saundersimage captionDouglas Saunders took this shot while he waited for the ferry from Mallaig to Knoydart.image source, Willie Robertsonimage captionLightning left its mark on this tree in Maggieknockater, Moray. Photo by Willie Robertson.image source, Rosie Bannermanimage captionRosie Bannerman, from Fife, wasn't the only visitor to admire the Forth Bridge in South Queensferry.image source, Allan Donaldsonimage captionKingarth airfield on Bute. Allan Donaldson, from Deanfield, captured it during a break in the clouds.image source, Gavin Kaneimage captionThese red squirrels appeared in Coylumbridge. Gavin Kane noticed them on a few mornings.image source, Colin McLeanimage captionThe sun shone in Gardenstown when Colin McLean, from Cairnbulg, visited.image source, Grahame Sutherlandimage captionSunset over the Falkirk Wheel on Friday. Photo by Grahame Sutherland.image source, Neil Geddesimage captionThe Swiss Air Force attended East Fortune Air Show. Neil Geddes, from Broxburn, watched the display on Saturday.image source, Murdo Macleodimage captionDusk settled over Castle Stalker, in Argyll, while Murdo Macleod, from Edinburgh, was out for a walk.image source, Peter Maciverimage captionNotilucent clouds over Craigmaddie Reservoir, Milngavie. Peter Maciver took the photo in the early hours of Saturday.image source, Pam Mackayimage captionA traffic diversion in Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Pam Mackay, from Edinburgh, said it was near the ferry to Mull.image source, Lesley Andersonimage captionLesley Anderson watched the sun set over Lochee, Dundee.image source, Helen Barkerimage captionKites at Largs seafront. Photo by Helen Barker from Maybole.image source, Eoin Woodimage captionEllon Castle Gardens held an open day. Eoin Wood, from Aberdeen, was among the visitors.image source, Susan Macleodimage captionKinghorn coastal rowing club was assisted by Stormy Stan during the RNLI day at the local beach. Photo by Susan Macleod.image source, Jan Farrellimage captionJan Farrell got soaked during the Port Ellen fishing boat race on Saturday.image source, Ursula Martinimage captionThere was time for a quick visit to the beach for Ursula Martin and these scientists in St Andrews.image source, John Brimsimage captionJohn Brims, from Milngavie, visited Cove.image source, Ken Hitchenimage captionKen Hitchen, from Edinburgh, said goodbye to South Uist after a holiday touring the Uists and Benbecula as the Mallaig ferry waited to depart.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.