Your pictures of Scotland: 7-14 July By bbc world - July 14, 2017 19 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter tweet A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 7 and 14 July. Send your photos to email@example.com or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics Image copyright Margaret Douglas Image caption Stunt planes left a heart trail in the sky when the Queen visited the Kelpies, said Margaret Douglas. “They put on a great show,” she added. Image copyright Gerry Lee Image caption Ten-year-old Ross didn’t have much success when he went fishing near Troon but he loved every minute of it, said his dad, Gerry Lee. Image copyright Catherine MacKinnon Image caption It’s cruise ship season at Invergordon. Catherine MacKinnon took this picture of the Disney Magic leaving the port on Friday night. Image copyright Barbara Macfarlane Image caption Loch Etive looks stunning in the summer sunshine. Barbara Macfarlane, of Connel, took this picture. Image copyright Allan Donaldson Image caption This was one of many Red Kites that Allan Donaldson spotted at Bellymack Hill Farm at Laurieston, near Castle Douglas. Image copyright Fiona Mavor Image caption Fiona Mavor pulled over to admire the view during a cycle ride in beautiful Vatersay. Image copyright Emma Smith Image caption It was Emma Smith’s first time visiting Inveraray Castle this week. She said she felt like she was in a fairytale. Image copyright Alex Grant Image caption Alex Grant, from Edinburgh, made the right decision to get up early for a walk to see the ‘Mirror Man’ on Loch Earn at St Fillans. Image copyright Pamela Cruickshanks Image caption Anster Haddies running club were at West Sands, St Andrews, to celebrate the start of their Tour of Fife , where they competed in five races in five days. Image copyright Curtis Welsh Image caption This is a familiar sight across Scotland just now – Curtis Welsh spotted these farmers silaging near Lilliesleaf in the Scottish Borders. Image copyright Stewart Priest Image caption This swan was feeding on some bread thrown to it at Culzean Castle and Country Park. The photo was taken by Stewart Priest, of Clydebank. Image copyright Ian Stewart Image caption Ian Stewart sent us this picture from the 161st Alva Highland Games. He said there were “massive crowds and a great atmosphere”. Image copyright Richard Tod Image caption The Corran ferry had to take a detour due to bad weather but it gave Richard Tod the opportunity to get this stunning photograph. Image copyright Jill O’Sullivan Image caption Velma and Bertie look like they’ve had a good time on Barassie beach near Troon. Jill O’Sullivan took this picture. Image copyright Craig Coventry Image caption What a mouthful! Craig Coventry took this picture of a puffin on Fidra Island, near North Berwick. Image copyright Lawrie Mcinally Image caption Lawrie Mcinally took this striking photograph of a sunset over a rainy Glsagow. Image copyright Andrew McKinlay, Stonehouse Image caption This sunset over Stonehouse was captured by Andrew McKinlay, who lives in the South Lanarkshire village. All pictures are copyrighted. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Council apologises for school dinner debt letter ‘distress’ UK Phil Neville: How does a man with no managerial experience come to lead England? Northern Ireland Cut in NI arts budget ‘could signal final blow’ LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Stay connected0FansLike65,501FollowersFollow4,714SubscribersSubscribe Latest article Council apologises for school dinner debt letter ‘distress’ bbc uk - January 24, 2018 0 It had said it would stop providing meals for children whose parents owed more than £10.50 in lunch fees. Phil Neville: How does a man with no managerial experience come to lead England? bbc uk - January 24, 2018 0 Phil Neville is the most high-profile England women's manager in history but, with minimal managerial experience, is he the right person for the job? Cut in NI arts budget ‘could signal final blow’ bbc world - January 24, 2018 0 Arts organisations warn that further funding cuts could mean the end for some creative groups.