Your pictures of Scotland: 19 - 26 AprilPublished26 April 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Kirsteen McDonaldImage caption, Daisies appeared in Dean Castle Country Park, Kilmarnock. Photo by Kirsteen McDonald. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Linda MurphyImage caption, Linda Murphy, from Cumbernauld, crossed the Forth Road Bridge as part of a walk for charity on Saturday.Image source, Stuart NorrieImage caption, The Norrie family, from Carnoustie, visited Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth. Dad Stuart watched as six-year-old Gemma was joined by a passing gull.Image source, Peter HargravesImage caption, There were 33 Dundee ramblers on the Piperdam walk on Saturday. Peter Hargraves summed the day up: "Great weather and great company".Image source, Walter BaxterImage caption, The sign encourages you to buy a ticket before boarding the train. Walter Baxter, from Galashiels, was sure it does not refer to the hyacinth planter at Montrose railway station.Image source, Fiona MacdonaldImage caption, Freshly baked lemon cakes ready for a charity bake sale. Fiona Macdonald, from Glasgow, got to scrape the bowl.Image source, Eilidh McIntoshImage caption, Laundry in high rise flats caught the attention of Eilidh McIntosh from Glasgow.Image source, Ken MilneImage caption, Rouken Glen Highland Games on 20 April in East Renfrewshire are the first of the season. Ken Milne, from Glasgow, watched competitors in the shot put.Image source, Mark WoodImage caption, St John's Kirk in Perth was photographed by Mark Wood.Image source, Heather SherryImage caption, Glenfinnan Viaduct was photographed by Heather Sherry from Inverness.Image source, Alistair CameronImage caption, Alistair Cameron visited the Falkirk Wheel when he was home in Scotland from the US.Image source, Graeme ConlanImage caption, A view of Loch Lomond. Graeme Conlan, from Alva, was standing on Ben Lomond when he took the photo.Image source, Stephen InnesImage caption, Charlie climbed Ben Lomond, thereby bagging his first Munro, with dad Stephen Innes from Halkirk.Image source, Mathew LeggeImage caption, Mathew Legge, from Cupar, came across this project built by offenders on community service along the Fife coastal path.Image source, James Mac Seoras-BlairImage caption, Hawick high street as seen by James Mac Seoras-Blair from the mote.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.