Your pictures of Scotland: 5-12 JunePublished16 June 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Ewan BatchelorImage caption, Bluebells and ferns in Glenbranter Wood, Cowal. Photo by Ewan Batchelor from Cawdor. Send us your pictures to email@example.comImage source, Lana GrygoriantsImage caption, Lana Grygoriants took a stroll around South Queensferry at sunset.Image source, Lynne ErskineImage caption, Old Portlethen harbour on Thursday. Photo by Lynne Erskine.Image source, Connor McKinnieImage caption, Connor McKinnie, from Perth, spotted this sleeping tawny owl in the Sma' Glen, Perthshire.Image source, Andrew MuirheadImage caption, Fishing requires patience. Andrew Muirhead, from Alva, was at the Lake of Menteith.Image source, Geraldine FraserImage caption, Geraldine Fraser saw this robin, in Comrie, during the week that it was voted the nation's favourite bird.Image source, Bryce DaltonImage caption, Glasgow's Squinty bridge frames the SECC and Finnieston crane. Photo by Bryce Dalton who now lives in Sydney.Image source, Donald McLeanImage caption, Loch Tay from Kenmore. Photo by Donald McLean.Image source, Margaret SquiresImage caption, A fawn in Glen Scaddle. The mother had passed that way moments before. Margaret Squires said it wasn't much bigger than her husband's walking boots.Image source, Polli IsherwoodImage caption, Polli Isherwood, from Stow, said this was the first train to stop at the local train station since 1969, thanks to the Borders railway line, which will officially reopen in September.Image source, Mary Rose DohertyImage caption, A windy St Andrews. Mary Rose Doherty, from Paisley, was camping and got back to find a broken tent.Image source, Roy HendersonImage caption, The view across the Firth of Forth from Pettycur Bay harbour, taking in Inchkeith and across to Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags. Photo by Roy Henderson.Image source, James SandersonImage caption, A flower in James Sanderson's garden near Invergordon.Image source, Ian ThomasImage caption, Ian Thomas, from Wiltshire, visited Bow Fiddle Rock at Portknockie.Image source, Gillian McArthurImage caption, Ruby wondered how far she could throw stones over the sea dyke from grandma Gillian McArthur's garden in Fife.Image source, Janet MacLeodImage caption, Janet MacLeod, from Oban, visited Dunollie Castle.Image source, David J PerrieImage caption, Climbers at Grey Mare's Tail, Kinlochleven, on Monday. David J Perrie, from Horsham, said it looked "seriously scary".Image source, Bill StirlingImage caption, Bill Stirling watched the Girvan to Stranraer train from his vantage point in Pinwherry.Image source, Fraser LeslieImage caption, Fraser Leslie was at Sanna Bay, Ardnamurchan.Image source, Neil SmillieImage caption, Natallie took part in Aberdeen colour run with father-in-law Neil Smillie, from Aboyne.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.