Your pictures of Scotland: 8-15 MayPublished15 May 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightVivienne Patersonimage captionVivienne and David Paterson celebrated their ruby wedding anniversary with a trip to Gruinard Bay. Send us your pictures to email@example.com copyrightConnie Munroimage captionKenmore by the banks of Loch Tay. Connie Munro, from Ellon, spent a few days in Perthshire with her husband.image copyrightWalter McLarenimage captionTwo minutes of silence in Galashiels marked the 70th anniversary of VE Day. Photo by Walter McLaren.image copyrightCarolyn Cowalimage captionCherry blossom trees on Prestonfield golf course with the Pentland Hills in the distance. Photo by Carolyn Cowal from Edinburgh.image copyrightClaire Rossimage captionElspeth on her way to the polling station in Edinburgh with mum Claire Ross. Being too young to vote in the general election did not dampen her enthusiasm.image copyrightGreg Crawfordimage captionLorry driver Greg Crawford had parked along the Rest and Be Thankful for the night. The following morning he had this view of Glen Croe.image copyrightShirley Douglasimage captionThis shield bug sunned itself in Shirley Douglas's garden in Lochwinnoch.image copyrightMark Canningimage captionMark Canning, from Irvine, was on a cycling holiday when he stopped by Ben Nevis.image copyrightStephen Walkerimage captionOne of the Kelpies bathed in sunshine. Photo by Stephen Walker from Motherwell.image copyrightGordon Andersonimage captionAn oystercatcher keeps her eggs warm. Gordon Anderson, from Dalgety Bay, spotted her on a rooftop.image copyrightLaura Taylorimage captionLaura Taylor sent in this photo of the River Tay.image copyrightMary Lowimage captionMary Low watched this fisherman in the River Tweed near Melrose.image copyrightMark McGillivrayimage captionA dandelion at sunset. Mark McGillivray was at Gartcosh nature reserve in North Lanarkshire.image copyrightSteven Greggimage captionInverness at 22:00 on Saturday. Steven Gregg said Ben Wyvis, the nearest Munro, is in the distance.image copyrightValerie Peglerimage captionA crab apple tree in Valerie Pegler's garden in Livingston.image copyrightShuel Aliimage captionA seaplane came in to land on Loch Lomond as Shuel Ali was walking in Balloch Country Park.image copyrightLauren Johnston-Smith image captionA colourful Lauren Johnston-Smith, from Prestonpans, made it through the colour bomb stations at Ingliston on Saturday.image copyrightAllen McLaughlinimage captionAn American Airlines flight bound for Dallas made an emergency landing at Glasgow airport after engine trouble. Allen McLaughlin said it left a few days later once a replacement engine had been flown from the US.image copyrightGail Addisimage captionThe Royal Western Yacht Club's kip regatta on the Clyde on Saturday. Photo by Gail Addis from Glasgow.image copyrightIan Kirkimage captionGreenan Castle overlooks Ayr Bay where Ian Kirk, from Ayr, walked his dog.image copyrightSteve Kerrimage captionSupper time in Inshriach. Steve Kerr, from Innerleithen, was on holiday when he was joined by this four-legged guest in the evening.image copyrightSteve Morleyimage captionElaina descended Suilven, in the Highlands, with Steve Morley and the Air Na Creagan mountaineering club.image copyrightAdrian Astley-Jonesimage captionRavensheugh beach, East Lothian, at sunset. Photo by Adrian Astley-Jones.image copyrightAvril Keithimage captionA dragonet in Loch Long near Arrochar. Avril Keith, from Dundonald, likes to go scuba diving in her spare time.image copyrightAlison Duncanimage captionAlison Duncan spotted a steam train pass by a fire in Gartcosh, Glasgow.image copyrightScott Salterimage captionScott Salter had been to the gym on Friday morning when he passed this building reflected in the water at Leith, Edinburgh.image copyrightJane MacLennan image captionJane MacLennan, from Gairloch, had this view of the village and over The Minch to the Isle of Skye.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.