Your pictures of Scotland: 22-29 MayPublished29 May 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Henry MemmottImage caption, Victorian waterworks near Glengavel Reservoir, South Lanarkshire. Henry Memmott, from Strathaven, was there on Tuesday. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.orgImage source, Tam McLucasImage caption, Sunrise over the Five Sisters of Kintail and Loch Duich. Photo by Tam McLucas from Glenshiel.Image source, Eddie MiddletonImage caption, Eddie Middleton visited Happy Valley in Orkney.Image source, Peter MacDonaldImage caption, Spot the ptarmigan! Peter MacDonald, from Crieff, was on the Cairngorm plateau on Sunday to bag a few Munros.Image source, Elizabeth GunnImage caption, Finlay chased a kite on St Andrews beach on Sunday with mum Elizabeth Gunn.Image source, Allan CoplandImage caption, Colours of late spring in Auchtermuchty. Photo by Allan Copland.Image source, Aaron DornanImage caption, A door at Floors Castle. Photo by Aaron Dornan from Newstead.Image source, Robert CokeImage caption, Robert Coke, from Kinlochewe, watched the sun set over Loch Maree.Image source, Paul CameronImage caption, Paul Cameron had this view of Collieston across farmland towards Bennachie in the distance.Image source, Paul RitchieImage caption, Zack at sports day watched by dad Paul Ritchie. Brother Sam was busy elsewhere in the egg and spoon race.Image source, Gillian MainImage caption, Sunset over Dirleton, East Lothian. Photo by Gillian Main.Image source, Sharon BunyanImage caption, Swans and their cygnets at Spottiswoode. Photo by Sharon Bunyan from Chirnside.Image source, Mary TallettImage caption, Aiden found shelter in a teepee on the beach by Spey Bay. He was there with gran Mary Tallett and mum Jadine.Image source, Walter BaxterImage caption, Trainee surfers on Pease Sands on Thursday. Walter Baxter, from Galashiels, was on a footpath on the Southern Upland Way.Image source, Denis TaylorImage caption, A view across Loch Leven towards Castle Island as seen by Denis Taylor.Image source, Paul CameronImage caption, The replacement Ladies Bridge, in Cruden Bay, was opened to the public earlier this month. Paul Cameron says it is an exact replica of the original.Image source, Brian HughesImage caption, A clothes mangle in Millport. Photo by Brian Hughes from Wishaw.Image source, Jacqueline BrysonImage caption, Jacqueline Bryson, from Howford, was on a boat that passed under Ballachulish bridge on a trip up Loch Leven to explore the island of Eilean Munde.Image source, Neil McKellarImage caption, The Pearl Izumi cycle tour passed through Motherwell. Neil McKellar, from the town, watched with other spectators.Image source, Louise MackayImage caption, All sorts enjoyed a lazy day by the sea near Dunrobin Castle, Golspie, including Louise Mackay from Brora.Image source, Ros AndersonImage caption, Ros Anderson, from St Boswells, sent in this photo of "golden fields of oilseed rape" in the Eildon Hills near Melrose.Image source, Preslava GanchevaImage caption, Preslava Gancheva, from Newtonmore, sent in this photo of Glen Banchor.Image source, Brian CairnsImage caption, Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, cycled under Andy Scott’s Mark Miller superhero-inspired sculpture Captain Coatbridge on Monkland Canal cycle path.Image source, Eileen FergusonImage caption, Eileen Ferguson, from Mallaig, passed the Silver Sands of Morar on her way home on Monday night.Image source, Kelly BurnsImage caption, The sun shone through a cherry blossom tree. Photo by Kelly Burns from North Berwick.Image source, Mike RennieImage caption, Lana was accompanied by Molly the beagle for her first trip to the beach. Dad Mike Rennie was also on the beach at Balemartine on the Isle of Tiree.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.