Your pictures of Scotland: 24 - 31 May

Image source, Matt Ogston
Image caption, Dundee waterfront. Matt Ogston from Murthly, Perthshire, captured the scene around 05:00 on Wednesday. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to
Image source, Rob Lightbody
Image caption, Rob Lightbody, from Glasgow, said there were 180 cars lined up along Troon esplanade for the Mini car club outing.
Image source, Lesley Anderson
Image caption, Sian got a different view from the top of Ben Nevis while Lesley Anderson, from Dundee, opted to have both feet firmly on the ground.
Image source, Liz Melvin
Image caption, The owners of these boots were among a group of 24 friends and family who had climbed Glencoe's Coffin Trail. Photo by Liz Melvin from Glenrothes.
Image source, Mrs Jan Dobie
Image caption, Newhaven gala queen arrived in the harbour on Saturday. Photo by Mrs Jan Dobie from Edinburgh.
Image source, Kirk Lothian
Image caption, Emily enjoyed the first days of summer. Dad Kirk Lothian, from Carluke, said the good weather even inspired him to cut the grass.
Image source, Douglas Potter
Image caption, A surfer at Seacliff beach, North Berwick. Douglas Potter said a short paddle was enough for him.
Image source, Alistair Ballantine
Image caption, Peter's 30th birthday. Dad Alistair Ballantine, from Glenrothes, said: "The party had been long in the planning but the weather gods decided to smile on everyone that day."
Image source, Fraser McDougall
Image caption, The British Gold Panning Championships were under way in Wanlockhead when Fraser McDougall, from Stewarton, stopped by on Saturday.
Image source, Ian Gordon
Image caption, Ian Gordon, from Fife, recognised Culross from the opening scenes in Captain America when the street doubled for Norway.
Image source, Chris Dwyer
Image caption, Sunset over Sandwood Bay. Chris Dwyer, from Milngavie, spent two nights camping in the area.
Image source, Larry McColgan
Image caption, Blue poppies at Mount Stewart House, on the Isle of Bute, were photographed by Larry McColgan from Largs.
Image source, Kirsten Gow
Image caption, Seven mountains and 16 miles make up the Isle of Jura Fell Race. Kirsten Gow said the winner made it home in three hours, 19 minutes.
Image source, Mike Gloistein
Image caption, Waiting patiently for the driver to return in Luncarty. Mike Gloistein, from Scone, was on a bike ride.

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