Your pictures of Scotland: 29 July-5 Aug

  • Published

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 29 July and 5 August.

Send your photos to [email protected] Please ensure you adhere to the BBC's rules regarding photographs that can be found here.

Please also ensure you take your pictures safely and responsibly.

Conditions of use: If you submit an image, you do so in accordance with the BBC's terms and conditions.

Image source, Morris Macleod
Image caption,
Stac Lee in the St.Kilda archipelago photographed from the cruise boat Hirta by Morris Macleod. The summit is covered with thousands of gannets.
Image source, Sorley Johnston
Image caption,
Sorley Johnston said this guy near Hillswick in Shetland was otterly surprised when he disturbed its meal of a freshly caught crab.
Image source, Michael O'Kane
Image caption,
Michael O'Kane said it was his sixth visit to Orkney, but first visit to Brough of Deerness.
Image source, Andrew Comrie
Image caption,
Tall Ship Glenlee and the Riverside Museum taken from PS Waverley by Andrew Comrie.
Image source, Victor Tregubov
Image caption,
Victor Tregubov said: 'I believe this is the case when the house and the garden are inseparable,' about this private garden in Luss.
Image source, John M Dawson
Image caption,
John M Dawson took this picture of the entrance to the old Stockbridge Market in Edinburgh, saying "the market is no longer there unfortunately".
Image source, David Watssman
Image caption,
David Watssman took a stroll around the local pond in Alness, and "gasped at the sheer spectacle of colour and texture laying in wait".
Image source, Connor McKinnie
Image caption,
Connor McKinnie took this incredible picture of a pair of white-tailed eagles calling from a hillside during a boat trip on the Sound of Raasay.
Image source, Graham Rosie
Image caption,
Catch me if you can: Graham Rosie took this picture of oystercatchers on the shores of Loch Na Keal in Mull.
Image source, Ian Nicholas
Image caption,
Ian Nicholas captured all the colours in this Glasgow bridge.
Image source, Ross McLennan
Image caption,
Ah nuts: Ross McLennan caught this fabulous moment when a red squirrel dropped its acorn at Argaty in Doune.
Image source, Amy Gutteridge
Image caption,
Amy Gutteridge took this view of the Old High Church in Inverness.
Image source, Peter Wilkinson
Image caption,
Peter Wilkinson took this incredible picture on the River Almond in Perthshire, of a "Momma" beaver having a pamper grooming session on the bank before the kits came out to play.
Image source, Ross Tetlow
Image caption,
Ross Tetlow took this photograph of a meadow full of flowers and poppies on North Uist.
Image source, Jillian Neil
Image caption,
Jillian Neil's photograph of the Kelpies in Falkirk makes it look like its mane was blowing in the wind
Image source, Valerie Pegler
Image caption,
Valerie Pegler came across this lovely contrasting scene while out on a bike ride near Auchterarder.
Image source, Dave Gibson
Image caption,
Dave Gibson looking north from Eshaness Lighthouse on Shetland.
Image source, Lindsey Mainds
Image caption,
Lindsey Mainds' 10-year-old daughter, Grace, loves this rope swing next to the wheat fields opposite her house in Ormiston, East Lothian.
Image source, Ian Pirrie
Image caption,
Ian Pirrie took this shot of the Bass Rock from Seacliff Harbour.
Image source, Aimee Rush
Image caption,
Aimee Rush took this picture of her children enjoying the warm weather this week on holiday in the Isle of Harris at Luskentyre beach.
Image source, John Inglis
Image caption,
John Inglis captured a moody Duart Castle from the ferry en route to Mull.
Image source, Darren McAllister
Image caption,
Darren McAllister took this great shot from Albert Quay in Aberdeen Harbour
Image source, Jim McCumesty
Image caption,
Jim McCumesty was hoping to photograph red squirrels at Morton Loch in Tentsmuir Forest, Fife, so was surprised by this cheeky woodpecker taking their hazelnuts.
Image source, John Donnelly
Image caption,
John Donnelly having lunch on the Bad Step near Loch Coruisk, Skye.
Image source, Allan Pettigrew
Image caption,
Allan Pettigrew took this photo while walking on the beach at Rackwick bay in Hoy.
Image source, Jenny Mill
Image caption,
Jenny Mill said she came across the amazing caves of Caiplie when walking the Fife Coastal Path. She said: "They look like they belong in Arizona or the Grand Canyon instead of Scotland."
Image source, David Francis
Image caption,
David Francis took this incredible picture of Bow Fiddle Rock at sunrise.
Image source, Mark Coles
Image caption,
Mark Coles bumped into Frank at Glasgow Central Station where he was collecting money on the concourse for an ex-servicemen’s charity.
Image source, Andrew White
Image caption,
Andrew White took this picture of his niece, Lorna, competing at Glamis Country Fair and Horse Trials. As a result she has now qualified for Badminton next year.
Image source, Gordon Mckechnie
Image caption,
Gordon Mckechnie said he could only imagine how bad the midgies must be at this otherwise idyllic waterside house by the Crinan Canal.
Image source, Lesley Wortley
Image caption,
Lesley Wortley saw a lot of people enjoying their trip on the Waverley as it departed Ayr harbour.
Image source, Jim Innes
Image caption,
Jim Innes watched a beach gallop as part of the Musselburgh Festival
Image source, Steven Neish
Image caption,
Steven Neish saw a hungry seal travel from fisherman to fisherman along the Fraserburgh coast in search of an easy meal.
Image source, John McQuade
Image caption,
John McQuade captured the lines and curves of the River Clyde in black and white.
Image source, Tommy Stuart
Image caption,
Tommy Stuart said he managed to snap his 15-month-old daughter, Betty, as she caught her first sight of a plane as they waited for their flight from Tiree to Glasgow.
Image source, Joyce Grieves
Image caption,
Joyce Grieves saw this hare washing its face at Findo Gask in Tibbermore.
Image source, Hazel Thomson
Image caption,
Hazel Thomson said this swan was glowing in the evening sun as it snuggled down on Spynie Loch.
Image source, William Johnston
Image caption,
William Johnston said The Black Linn Falls in the Hermitage in Dunkeld look like a scene out of a medieval fantasy.
Image source, Liz Rodger
Image caption,
In the shadows: Liz Rodger said the setting sun gave this shadow on East Haven beach in Angus.

Please ensure that the photograph you send is your own and if you are submitting photographs of children, we must have written permission from a parent or guardian of every child featured (a grandparent, auntie or friend will not suffice).

In contributing to BBC News you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way, including in any media worldwide.

However, you will still own the copyright to everything you contribute to BBC News.

At no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe the law.

All photos are subject to copyright.

Related Topics