Your pictures of Scotland: 25 April - 2 MayPublished8 May 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Graham MillarImage caption, Graham Millar, from Glenrothes, described this as 'pea soup' over the Forth rail bridge. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Allan MansonImage caption, Allan Manson said his wife was successful in her quest to find shoes inspired by their garden in Bridge of Don.Image source, Christina MorrisonImage caption, Joshua went to Luskentyre Beach with grandmother Christina Morrison from the Isle of Harris.Image source, Leanna MacLartyImage caption, Leanna MacLarty's Scottie dog, Dougal, played with Bobby in the back garden in Aberdeen.Image source, Keith FraserImage caption, Keith Fraser walked part of the Great Glen Way.Image source, Nikola BryceImage caption, Bluebells in Pollok country park. Nikola Bryce was there on Thursday.Image source, Andy LeonardImage caption, Sunset over the Ythan Estuary, near Newburgh, was photographed by Andy Leonard.Image source, Ken RamsayImage caption, Anchor hockey club, in Paisley, celebrated its 90th anniversary. Photo by Ken Ramsay from Elderslie.Image source, David ShawImage caption, Gannets, guillemots and fulmar at Troup Head, Aberdeenshire. David Shaw, from Forres, watched them from the cliff top.Image source, Peter MclardyImage caption, A Highland cow and its calf on Fairlie moor. Photo by Peter Mclardy from Largs.Image source, Bill Learmonth Image caption, Auld Canongate bridge, Jedburgh. Bill Learmonth, from Ramsgate, was visiting family in the Borders.Image source, Francis MridhaImage caption, Tulips blossom in Francis Mridha's garden in Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands.Image source, Linda BrewsterImage caption, The Firth of Clyde. Linda Brewster was heading home to Dunoon on the ferry on Sunday.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.