Your pictures of Scotland: 26 June - 3 JulyPublished8 July 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Fiona McPhailImage caption, Fiona McPhail had this view towards Ballinluig from a location near Kindallachan. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.orgImage source, Douglas TaylorImage caption, Fairy foxgloves on Gartchonzie bridge between Callander and Loch Venachar. Douglas Taylor, from Glasgow, said the scent made him stop.Image source, Alison LewisImage caption, Alison Lewis, from Perth, was on her way home when she stopped at St Filans.Image source, Hazel PedenImage caption, Hazel Peden, from Alloa, went on holiday to Saligo Bay, Isle of Islay.Image source, Margaret SquiresImage caption, Margaret Squires watched a ferry leave Lochmaddy, North Uist.Image source, Austin CookeImage caption, Austin Cooke, from Ayr, stopped by the town's New Brig with recently renovated Sandgate buildings behind.Image source, David HoustonImage caption, The Braw Lad, Braw Lass and their attendants gather at Abbotsford House for their annual gathering. Photo by David Houston.Image source, Terry RichmondImage caption, Boddam Bay lighthouse. Terry Richmond was on holiday from Calgary, Canada.Image source, Nicola RodenImage caption, Sunset over Deerness, Mainland Orkney. Photo by Nicola Roden.Image source, Fraser KeysImage caption, Megan inspected a beehive in Hartwood, North Lanarkshire, while dad Fraser Keys, from Wishaw, looked on.Image source, Jim HunterImage caption, Lightning flashed over Humble, East Lothian, on Wednesday night. Photo by Jim Hunter.Image source, Gillian RichardsonImage caption, The early morning commute. Photo by Gillian Richardson from Dunblane.Image source, Lenka SukenikovaImage caption, Lenka Sukenikova, from Croy, had a barbecue near Seacliff beach, North Berwick.Image source, Ros AndersonImage caption, A re-enactment of the Battle of Waterloo at Penielheugh, near Ancrum, in the Borders. Ros Anderson, from St Boswells, said the Duke and Duchess of Wellington, the Duke of Gloucester, Lord Ashcroft and Lord Lothian were among the spectators.Image source, Ewen and Susan MacleodImage caption, A trolley is the only way to access the 5,000-year-old Tomb of the Eagles on South Ronaldsay, Orkney. Photo by Ewen and Susan Macleod from Kinghorn.Image source, Brian HunterImage caption, Brian Hunter, from Kelty, was at Loch Ghleannain in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Aberfoyle.Image source, Carolynn MaloneImage caption, Carolynn Malone visited Greenbank Gardens, Newton Mearns, where she came across this sculpture of the Green Man.Image source, Alan and Susan ShipwayImage caption, Rain swept in from the Forth Valley while Alan and Susan Shipway were walking in Bonaly.Image source, Susie HamiltonImage caption, Sunrise over the Ochils at 04:00 on Wednesday. Photo by Susie Hamilton.Image source, Kevin RoseImage caption, Samuel cooled off in the River Dee on one of the hottest days of the year while dad Kevin Rose, from Denside of Durris, watched from Park Bridge.Image source, Brian JobsonImage caption, This fly landed on Brian Jobson's porch in Milngavie.Image source, Donald M MackinnonImage caption, The Red Arrows put on a display over Stornoway on Monday. Donald M Mackinnon, from North Tolsta, said this was the 150th anniversary of the Stornoway port authority.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.