Your Pictures of Scotland: 10 - 17 JunePublished17 June 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, OtherImage caption, The area near Culzean Castle was a perfect spot to camp for Bernie McAdams and family from Hamilton. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, OtherImage caption, A day walking on the Isle of Raasay took Ed Passmore, from Amersham, and friends from university to this viewpoint of the Isle of Rona with Skye to the west and Applecross to the east.Image source, OtherImage caption, A field mouse tucks into peanuts in John Bushell's bird feeder in Forgandenny, Perth.Image source, OtherImage caption, Richard Wood from Edinburgh was in Mallaig when he saw this seagull and its chick making themselves at home.Image source, OtherImage caption, Lewis McLean saw this boy gazing at "The World" cruise ship in Edinburgh's Ocean Terminal.Image source, OtherImage caption, Seaside sedum growing on vitrified fort at Dunagoil on the Isle of Bute caught Nick Durant's eye during a visit from Skelmorlie.Image source, OtherImage caption, The sight of Kilmore Church on the Isle of Mull caused Stuart Ungless from Leamington Spa to stop to take a picture during a family holiday.Image source, OtherImage caption, The trees and benches were dressed up for the Leith Festival at Leith Links. Photo by James Duff.Image source, OtherImage caption, Old and new as John Hastings from East Kilbride pictured The Glen Lee's reflection on the Riverside Museum, which is due to open soon.Image source, OtherImage caption, The mix of poppies and oil seed rape in fields at Pattiesmuir near Rosyth made Simon Swales from Cairneyhill stop to capture the scene.Image source, OtherImage caption, Onlookers saw smoke from the chimney at Methil power station for the first time in years thanks to the detonation. Andrew Scorgie from Leven took this photo from Leven beach.Image source, OtherImage caption, Wellies were the footwear of choice at last weekend's Rock Ness festival, according to Craig Anderson's daughter.Image source, OtherImage caption, Sandwood Bay was an ideal vantage point for Gary Mcalister to see the Am Buachaille sea stack.Image source, OtherImage caption, Is this an original Banksy? Wendy Dwyer was impressed enough when she saw it on a bridge in Edinburgh.Image source, OtherImage caption, Finlay, Calum and Holly took a dip at Skipness beach, with Arran in the background, said their mum Genny Guy.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.