Your pictures of Scotland: 10 - 17 May
- 17 May 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 10 and 17 May.
A lunar rainbow. Ewan Miles was stargazing on the Isle of Mull. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Mum Leigh and newborn Rafe Love. Proud dad Graham MacLeod, from Ayr, praised the 'amazing staff' of Crosshouse hospital.
Cramond Island was "as good as anything we had seen in the archipelago around Stockholm", said John Atkinson, from Glasgow, returning from a holiday in Sweden.
Ewan celebrated his birthday with dad Andrew Tennant, from Helensburgh, with a trip to see Thomas and friends at Birkhill station.
Hayley Skerman, from Brisbane, stopped off in Glasgow's George Square while visiting fiancé Derek's parents in Largs.
Bluebells in Ardwell Bay, Mull of Galloway. Iain Braithwaite, from Dumfries and Galloway, was there with his girlfriend.
A rider in the Pearl Izumi Cycling Tour Series. Ewan Cox watched the race in Kirkcaldy on Tuesday evening.
An early morning stroll along St Andrews pier. Photo by Kim Bennett from Cupar.
The journey home to Orkney mainland after attending a Songs of Praise service on the island of Hoy. Photo by Kath Manners from South Ronaldsay, Orkney.
Preparations under way in Dunkeld Cathedral for a solo bell ringing competition. Alison Thornton happened to be passing through on her birthday.
John Morse, from Philadelphia, and his brother who lives in Washington, took the ferry from Tarbet to Handa Island.
Harris inspected the engine room of a steam train. Dad David Gordon said it was a family day out at Bo'ness heritage railway in Falkirk.
A diver explores the mast of the Port Napier wreck. Emma Noble, from Kyle of Lochalsh, was there on Sunday.