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Your pictures of Scotland: 31 May - 7 June

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 31 May and 7 June. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.

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Newtonhill/Aberdeen sunrise bike ride Image copyright Steven Lynch
Image caption Steven Lynch took this sunrise shot during an early morning bike ride at Newtonhill in Aberdeenshire.
Children being splashed by puddle Image copyright Caroline Poynts
Image caption Jenna and Katy enjoyed the wet weather over the weekend - they even had a quick shower from the "Neilston Puddle", says mum Caroline Poynts.
Crofter at the ford on the River Brora Image copyright Louise Mackay
Image caption "Here's one way of getting to the field," says Louise Mackay. She photographed this crofter as he made his way across the ford on the River Brora.
Heron Image copyright Brian Hughes
Image caption This heron was spotted in Edinburgh's botanic gardens by Brian Hughes, from Wishaw.
Millport Harbour Image copyright Iain Campbell
Image caption Iain Campbell took this atmospheric shot of Millport harbour on a grey day.
Wreck at Corpach Image copyright Stewart Kerr
Image caption Another grey day - this time at Corpach, near Fort William. Stewart Kerr snapped this wreck on a journey from Glasgow to Mallaig.
Dog running Image copyright Simon Rishton
Image caption This super action shot was taken by Simon Rishton at the Dandie Derby in Selkirk at the weekend. It was a celebration of Dandie Dinmont Terriers - a rare breed of dog from the Scottish Borders.
Cyclist at V&A Image copyright John Happs
Image caption John Happs, of Ayr, photographed a cyclist travelling through the geometric shapes of the new V&A in Dundee.
Woman on beach Image copyright Stuart Donaldson
Image caption Stuart Donaldson, of Ludin Links, Fife, took this shot of his wife, Laura, at Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris.
Fox cub in grass Image copyright Walter Baxter
Image caption Walter Baxter, of Galashiels, spied this fox cub from his car.
Dolphin following boat Image copyright Peter Adamson
Image caption A dolphin follows a creel boat out of Burghhead harbour in this photo by Peter Adamson, of Newton, Moray.
Puffins Image copyright Ans van den Broecke
Image caption Ans van den Broecke, of the Netherlands, spotted these puffins during a visit to the Treshnish Isles, west of Mull.
Sheep at Hushinish, Harris Image copyright Grant Milne
Image caption Grant Milne photographed this sheep and its lamb at Hushinish on the Isle of Harris.
Stags crossing stream Image copyright Brian McBride
Image caption This pair of stags were "chilling in the stream" in Lamlash when Brian McBride travelled up to Arran from Glasgow.
Poly tunnels Image copyright John Happs
Image caption "It's farming but not as we know it," says John Happs. He came across these acres of poly tunnels near Dunino in Fife.
Fingal's cave Image copyright Cameron Neill
Image caption It was a perfect day on Staffa when Cameron and Selene Neill, from East Kilbride, ventured to Fingal's Cave.
Glasgow Cathedral in the rain Image copyright Mangela Coia
Image caption Not such a perfect day at Glasgow Cathedral - Mangela Coia describes it as "drookit".
Horses and riders Image copyright Hugh Ilgunas
Image caption Similar weather at the traditional Lanark Lanimer rideout, but Hugh Ilgunas says the riders were all smiles.
Family of cygnets Image copyright Angus Laing
Image caption Angus Laing spotted this family of cygnets on Linlithgow loch in West Lothian.
The Assynt Image copyright Rebecca Haydock
Image caption Rebecca Haydock, of Livingston, admired this view of the Assynt during a break while travelling on the NC500.
Cloud formation Image copyright Jane Sayliss
Image caption This cloud formation was "very impressive and ominous", says Jane Sayliss who saw it on the ferry from Orkney to the mainland. "However it soon passed and broke up and was gone," she adds.
Egerness point Image copyright Greg Sherriff
Image caption Greg Sheriff took these pictures of Egerness point, near Garlieston in Dumfries and Galloway, where the Mulberry harbour used in the D-Day landings was developed.
Rainbow Image copyright Duncan Macleman
Image caption Duncan Maclean says this spectacular rainbow stretched almost from Avoch harbour on the left, to the site of Ormond Castle on the right.
Sunset Image copyright Chris Malcolm
Image caption Ettrick Bay on the Isle of Bute was used for practicing the D-Day landings, according to Chris Malcom. He took this shot while visiting the island with his sons.

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