Your pictures of Scotland: 19-26 JunePublished1 July 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Lorna BaldwinImage caption, Lorna Baldwin, from Washington DC, visited Orkney's Balfour Castle on Shapinsay. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.orgImage source, Graeme ConlanImage caption, The view of Loch Lomond from Conic Hill, Balmaha. Photo by Graeme Conlan from Alva.Image source, Eric NivenImage caption, Tea time for this puffin on the Isle of May. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was there on Thursday.Image source, David PerrieImage caption, David Perrie, from Glasgow, said Carolynne "danced along the sand" in Gairloch around the time of the summer solstice.Image source, Mathie WallaceImage caption, A CalMac ferry, on Loch Linnhe, with snow on the summit of Ben Nevis in the distance. Photo by Mathie Wallace.Image source, EdinburghImage caption, George and his grandfather practising their yoga moves. Photo by Tarun Kapoor from Edinburgh.Image source, John PatchettImage caption, Corrour station and Loch Ossian from Cairn Leum Uilleim. John Patchett, from Kingussie, was there on Tuesday.Image source, Brian PatonImage caption, Brian Paton watched Charlie having fun at Caolas on the Isle of Tiree.Image source, Neil MacNeillImage caption, Princes Street Gardens on Wednesday evening. Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh is unsure of the type of flower that this bee was feasting on.Image source, Alistair KingImage caption, Lochaber Loch, Dumfriesshire. Photo by Alistair King.Image source, Mike MerchantImage caption, Sandwood Bay from a nearby clifftop. Photo by Mike Merchant who now lives in Berkshire.Image source, John HolliganImage caption, Ella was fascinated by the bubbles, in East Calder. Photo provided by dad John Holligan.Image source, Mike WraggImage caption, Noctilucent cloud over Dundee. Mike Wragg, from Glenrothes, was in Newburgh to take the photo after midnight.Image source, John BousieImage caption, John Bousie, from Auchtermuchty, was in Tayvallich for a wedding.Image source, Chris KellyImage caption, The Red Arrows landed at Prestwick Airport before their display at Whitehaven Air Show. Chris Kelly, from Troon, went to see them touch down with Alexander and Melissa.Image source, Sheila PearceImage caption, Sheila Pearce, from Edinburgh, watched the sun set over Belhaven beach, Dunbar.Image source, Colin LittleImage caption, This scene reminded Colin Little, from Elgin, of the film Short Circuit. "Number five is alive", in Findhorn.Image source, Jenny NiblockImage caption, Jenny Niblock, from Glasgow, was in the city's Shawlands area on Saturday.Image source, Roy AndersonImage caption, The six-hour journey from Ayr to the Isle of Skye was worth it, said Roy Anderson.Image source, Kerry WardImage caption, Kerry Ward's daughter had a splash about in Girvan.Image source, Sylvia BeaumontImage caption, A young blackbird perched on Sylvia Beaumont's watering can in North Berwick.Image source, Paul AspinImage caption, Love is alive and well on the Isle of Vatersay. Paul Aspin, from Troon, was on his boat moored off the coast.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.