Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 JunePublished15 June 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Les JohnstoneImage caption, The end of an era was captured in this shot by Les Johnstone, from Cumbernauld, when the Red Road flats were demolished on Sunday morning. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Alasdair Milne Image caption, A view of Traigh Mor on the Isle of Barra. Alasdair Milne, from Motherwell, was there during a recent spell of good weather.Image source, Peter MaciverImage caption, Nick Goodall jumped over Boreray during a visit to St Kilda. Peter Maciver, originally from Stornoway, said he chose a cairn on Connachair hill on Hirta as his launch pad.Image source, Margaret TweedlieImage caption, The control tower was there to ease Margaret Tweedlie's navigation of Ardrossan harbour, part of a sailing trip from Bute to the Kyles, Arran and Ayrshire.Image source, Julie MacGillivrayImage caption, The 25th anniversary of the Rainbows section of the Girl Guides was a cause for celebration in West Lothian. Julie MacGillivray said there was a cupcake for each girl.Image source, David ForbesImage caption, A Royal Navy rescue helicopter in action on Ben Nevis. David Forbes, from Strathaven, said seeing it was the highlight of his 11-year-old nephew Alex's first ascent of the mountain.Image source, Steve FirthImage caption, A jelly fish was photographed from the pontoon in Plockton by Steve Firth.Image source, Ann StirlingImage caption, A patch of ground in Stirling has been given over to wild flowers by Ann Pettigrew.Image source, Graham DawesImage caption, Olympic rings were manoeuvred into place on The Mound. Photo by Graham Dawes from Edinburgh.Image source, Anna KucharskaImage caption, Anna Kucharska, from St Andrews, said Jake Brown's work could be seen throughout the town where Victorian shop fronts have been preserved. "It is a pleasure to see such craftsmanship," she said.Image source, Alistair DonnachieImage caption, A piggyback seemed the best option to cross a stretch of water in Glenelg. Photo by Alistair Donnachie from Kirkcaldy.Image source, Gina Reddie FierlafijnImage caption, This shop window in Edinburgh "sort of sums up the spirit of economic defeat and personal defiance" for Gina Reddie Fierlafijn, who lamented the number of empty shops along the street.Image source, Linda MurphyImage caption, Linda Murphy was among the spectators who turned out to welcome the Olympic torch to Cumbernauld.Image source, Paul TomanImage caption, The end of the Edinburgh moonwalk on Sunday morning was a tiresome affair. Paul Toman said it was cold and wet.Image source, Mark CrushImage caption, A walk along the shore of Wormit took Mark Crush and wife Jacqui, from Balmullo, to the Tay Rail Bridge. Low tide revealed the foundations of the original bridge. Sidlaw Hills and Cox’s Stack in Dundee are in the background.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.