Your pictures of Scotland: 17 - 24 May
- 24 May 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 17 and 24 May.
Iain and Helen Wilkie
Iain and Helen Wilkie stopped in Ullapool on Sunday morning while on holiday in the Highlands. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Crab apple blossom appeared in Colin Adams' garden in Dunipace, Stirlingshire.
Sam enjoyed his sports day, watched by dad Paul Ritchie.
Oystercatchers along the shore of Birsay on Mainland Orkney. Photo by Debbie Adams from Bathgate.
Barry and Lesley Booth
HMS Edinburgh prepared to open to the public early on Saturday morning. Barry and Lesley Booth, from Burntisland, saw the ship during its last visit to Edinburgh.
A hot air balloon passed over Pitcairngreen, Perthshire, on Sunday morning. Arthur Bruce, from Almondbank, said it was coming in to land.
The sky looms over Portnahaven on the Isle of Islay. Ian McFarlane, from Gourock, said "it was hard work", enjoying the sunshine.
Four-year-old Cailean got to know the neighbours at Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris. He was on holiday with dad John Jennett from Argyll.
Allan Stirling, from Edinburgh, had finished his shift at a hospital when he noticed fungi living off a tree that had succumbed to the cold winter.
Jim and Joanne Neville
The view from Jim and Joanne Neville's kitchen in Springfield, Fife, on Thursday evening.
Traffic slowed while Highland cattle were moved on a road near Oban. Deborah Ross, from north Norfolk, stayed in her car to take the photo.
Iain Campbell, from Stourbridge, said his mum "finally came out of her shell" at Inverewe Gardens.
Gorse in bloom. Wendi Bates, from Balfron, was on the Kippen road looking towards the Carse of Stirling.
Around 20 Skye Terriers and their owners set off from Armadale to Portree to mark the start of the Skye Terrier Homecoming 2014. Photo by Rob Ware from the Isle of Skye.
Norman Williamson, from Milngavie, took this photo of Glasgow's Red Road flats during a community event. The event, Future Memory In Red Road, included a display of artworks and a choir and celebrated the lives of the people who have passed through the flats.