Your pictures of Scotland: 25 May - 1 June

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 25 May and 1 June. Send your photos to or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

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Image caption Gillian Deveney spent a sunny holiday weekend in Millport with her daughters.
Image caption Hamish the polar bear cub was a bit deflated after puncturing his new toy - a brightly-coloured ball - within about 20 seconds of receiving it. Alan Tough took the photo.
Image caption John Trippick admiring the upside down view from The Cobbler after climbing with friends on a gloriously sunny Sunday.
Image caption Kenny Macleod spotted this sea eagle while on a boat trip from Portree in Skye.
Image caption Canoeing near Loch Morlich in the Cairngorms sent in by Lynsey McCarthy.
Image caption No one was going to be nicking our sign at the Biggest Weekend at Scone Palace.
Image caption Robert John MacInnes snapped the paddle steamer Waverley sailing under the Skye Bridge.
Image caption Tracey Macdonald sent this photo of her son Christopher enjoying his bank holiday weekend in the beautiful surroundings of Dunoon.
Image caption Kylesku looked amazing as Neil Mason took his Australian cousin around the North West Highlands.
Image caption Lovebirds: These two guillemots looked happy to see each other as the mating season begins on the Isle of May. John Kerr sent the pic.
Image caption Bo enjoyed the sun and sea at Aberdour beach. Photo by Graham Swinney.
Image caption Hannah Lees sent this photo of her three-year-old daughter Daisy building a razor clamshell masterpiece at a peaceful Camusdarach Beach.
Image caption An old fishing boat resting on the the shores of the Isle of Kerrera taken by Harshad Joshi.
Image caption Ian McEwan was out walking in the Penicuik House Estate when he had a strange feeling that he was being watched..
Image caption Unusual flower planters spotted by George Armour at Ardchattan in Argyll.
Image caption Bob O'Donnell took this photo on Loch Etive while out with his daughter Scarlett.
Image caption A cygnet - or is it only an ugly duckling? - admiring its reflection in the pond at Craiglockhart in Edinburgh. Photograph sent by Caroline Loudon.
Image caption The Blackrock5 race heads out of Kinghorn and onto the beach towards Burntisland's Black Rock. Photo sent by David Wilson.
Image caption A sunset reflected in the windows of the house of Cardwell Bay, Gourock, captured by Alastair Morris.
Image caption Alva's Fun Day parade was led by the Absurdist Pipe Band, looking, well, absurd. Photo by Andrew Muirhead.
Image caption A pheasant enjoying the view over Edinburgh from the top of Arthur's Seat. Photo by Finlay Taylor.
Image caption Casper the Wee White Dug crossing the famous Swilken Bridge on the 18th hole at the Old Course in St Andrews. Photo sent by Alex Grant.
Image caption Andrew McGrath captured a stunning sunset at the Skye Bridge.

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