Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 May

Image source, Will Gell
Image caption, An orange tip butterfly in Saltoun Wood, East Lothian, was photographed by Will Gell from Haddington. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to
Image source, Sheena MacKay
Image caption, The postman is hard at work during the Elie scarecrow festival. Sheena MacKay, from Rumbling Bridge, was there on Saturday.
Image source, Tommy Daly
Image caption, The summit of Ben Lawers on Friday. 'Ne'er cast a cloot till May is oot', said Tommy Daly from Rhu.
Image source, Martin Dougan
Image caption, Spanish bluebells in a wood on the Isle of Bute. Photo by Martin Dougan from Rothesay.
Image source, Iain Shaw
Image caption, Iain Shaw, from Glasgow, said lots of runners stopped at the site of the Clutha Bar to leave flowers on Sunday.
Image source, Jim Henderson
Image caption, Sophie at Millshore beach, Pennan, with dad Jim Henderson from Dunfermline.
Image source, Peter and Anne Shields
Image caption, The view from Peter and Anne Shields' back garden in Arrochar.
Image source, Ewen Taylor
Image caption, A blackening is a pre-wedding tradition on the Orkney Islands. Ewen Taylor's daughter gets married later in May.
Image source, Elaine Stewart
Image caption, Ferns in Langholm. Elaine Stewart, from Coatbridge, was there to visit family.
Image source, Miles Gray
Image caption, Newhaven harbour was photographed by Miles Gray from Edinburgh.
Image source, John Hughes
Image caption, John Hughes, from Motherwell, noticed these mosaic tiles in Stonehaven's pavements.
Image source, Linda Smith
Image caption, Poppy the puppy's first swimming lesson. Linda Smith's sister Sandy threw a few stones into Loch Faskally, tempting her into the water.
Image source, Andy Garnett
Image caption, All was quiet by the River Clyde after a busy day at the Rugby Sevens in Scotstoun for Andy Garnett.
Image source, Iain Shaw
Image caption, Window shopping in Glasgow. Photo by Iain Shaw.
Image source, Peter Dorrington
Image caption, Six-year-old Fergus conquered his first munro, Meall nan Tarmachan, with proud dad Peter Dorrington from Howwood.

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