Your pictures of Scotland: 28 June - 5 July
- 5 July 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland from 28 June to 5 July.
Kathleen Skinner, from Inverness, prepared for lunch on Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Waiting for a fish supper. Donald Mackinnon saw this heron in Stornoway harbour on the Isle of Lewis.
Mark Mulhern took this photo of the Forth road bridge.
A fast shutter speed enabled David Cooper, from Glenrothes, to snap puffins in flight over the Isle of May.
Emma, Deborah and Margaret had a well earned rest after walking 96 miles of the West Highland Way to Fort William in six days. Photo sent in by Deborah Whitelaw from Milngavie.
Angus and his dad Stephen Davren, from Conon Bridge, were thirsty when they stopped at Steall Falls, Glen Nevis.
Basalt columns as seen by Ellen Schwartz from the summit of Staffa.
Morag Henderson, from Tweedbank, watched riders cross the River Tweed to Abbotsford on gala day.
Poppies and buttercups near Pitlessie. Louise Stenhouse, from East Wemyss, said the Lomond Hills are in the background.
Mink scurried along the Allan Water, Bridge of Allan. Frank Sullivan, from Stirling, said he was watching a nearby heron when this group caught his attention.
A good drying day in Ardroil on the Isle of Lewis. Mairi Maciver, from Uig, said Suaineabhal is in the background.
Natalie's birthday was a day of celebrations. Mum May Britovsek, from Nairn, said they stopped on the way home to take this photo after a day in Inverness.
John McMenemy noticed notilucent clouds over Aberdeen in the early hours of 2 July.
Do not try this at home. Neil McKellar, from Motherwell, was at an extreme stunt show in Lanark.
John Hughes, from Motherwell, was on the ferry to Oban when he spotted Lismore lighthouse.