Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 June
- 14 June 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland from 7 to 14 June. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
While heading home, David MacMillan noticed that the moon was about to set behind Kerrera and there was still a glow on Oban Bay from the setting sun. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Clouds over Loch Katrine. Iain Lindsay, from Dunipace in Stirlingshire, thought of jellyfish when he looked at them.
James Jackson, who snapped this photo in Edinburgh, said: "I remember when Minis were mini. How times change."
Holiday snaps included Glasgow's Princes Square for Gabrielle Dean who was visiting from Perth in Western Australia.
Deer in a wood near Elgin. Photo by Ann Miller from Inverurie.
Mark Nesbitt, from Comrie in Perthshire, took this stunning sunset image in Dunvegan, Skye. He said low tide allowed the sheep to cross the burn where it meets Loch Dunvegan.
A hot day on Buachaille Etive Mor. Jeff Hattie, from Uplawmoor, thought this was a novel use of snow that remained on Coire na Tulaich.
This photo of a cygnet on Lanark Loch was taken at dusk by Kirk Lothian from Carluke.
Freya and Ula watching the puffins on a "perfect day out" to Lunga in Argyll and Bute. Photo taken by friend Gordon Bruce.
Patrick Roe and his girlfriend camped at Ardnamurchan Point, but didn't realise this photo had been taken of them.
A charity walk along Portobello promenade. Raymond Kirkpatrick, from Edinburgh, took this photo around 04:00 on Saturday morning.
Sharon Bunyan took this photo of her son Jack having fun in a paddling pool in their back garden in Chirnside in the Scottish Borders.
Noel Hawkins caught these deer cooling down at Loch Hope, Sutherland.
Two teams measuring up to decide the winner of the Monymusk Boules Masters. Photo taken by Liz Hamilton, from Tarves, who said the boules fighters "added some colour and much mirth".
This proud peacock was snapped at Blair Drummond Safari Park by Jim Cassidy from Airdrie.