Your pictures of Scotland: 20 - 27 JunePublished3 July 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Jan MorseImage caption, Jan Morse, from Kincraig, snapped this osprey with the day's catch. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Raemonn Lenkas Image caption, This stunning sunset was taken by Reamonn Lenkas, from Inverness, as he walked his dog on the shorefront in Ardersier. The sun is setting over the Black Isle and Fort George is just visible on the right.Image source, Sylvia BeaumontImage caption, This Exmoor pony was spotted taking a refreshing dip in a pond near North Berwick Law by Sylvia Beaumont, from North Berwick.Image source, Kay StevensonImage caption, This cheeky night time visitor was caught eating chicken feed in Kay Stevenson's back garden in Kilmarnock. The picture was captured by a trail camera.Image source, Dave DiamondeImage caption, Dave Diamonde had travelled from Cheltenham for a job interview in his home town of Inverness. He took this photo on a late-night stroll along the river.Image source, Claire ThompsonImage caption, This colourful scene at Anstruther harbour was taken by Claire Thompson, from Glasgow.Image source, Evelyn Annett Image caption, A stag peeps out of the fading rhododendrons in Glen Etive. Photo by Evelyn Annett from Kilkeel, Co Down.Image source, John GrahamImage caption, This unusual albino squirrel was spotted by a group of golfers on the 13th tee at the Royal Burgess Golf Society. Photo by John Graham.Image source, Crawford RentonImage caption, Crawford Renton from Galashiels took this photo of of Smailholm Tower in the Borders.Image source, Iain LawrieImage caption, Iain Lawrie said there seems to be a lot of Red Admirals around just now. He counted nine in his garden at the weekend.Image source, James BaxterImage caption, The mist lifting from a hidden cove on Mealasta Island off the west coast of Lewis. Taken by James Baxter, from Edinburgh.Image source, Marilyn YoungImage caption, This baby woodpecker has been regularly visiting Marilyn Young's garden in Longniddry, East Lothian, to feed over the past few weeks.Image source, Colin MyersImage caption, This atmospheric scene, featuring Princes Street in Edinburgh, was taken by Colin Myers, as he walked up the Mound towards Ramsay Garden. He said: "It proves how important it can be to just turn around and look in all directions."Image source, Mollie-Sarah EasterImage caption, Fourteen-year-old Mollie-Sarah Easter took this close-up of an insect while on holiday at Bridge of Cally, Perthshire.Image source, Peter McCleeryImage caption, This shot was taken from Glenuig by Peter McCleery from Donaghadee in Northern Ireland.Image source, Margaret DouglasImage caption, This Highland cow was caught taking a dip in Loch Venacher on a lovely warm day. Taken by Margaret Douglas, from the Head of Muir.Image source, Seymour MacleodImage caption, This photo was taken from the MFV Nova Spero as it was about to sail under the Kessock Bridge. Taken by Seymour Macleod, from BallachulishImage source, John HuttonImage caption, This photograph of a pigeon was taken at Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, by John Hutton.Image source, Kim LeslieImage caption, Kim Leslie, from Aberdeen, took this photo of her 67-year-old father Michael while climbing Ben Lawers with her and her husband, shortly before going on to the summit of Beinn Ghlas.Image source, John QueenImage caption, This family of Great Crested Grebes was snapped at a loch in the north east of Glasgow by John Queen.Image source, Richard CooperImage caption, Dave Cooper, from Bridlington, relaxes at Stravanan Bay on the Isle of Bute, overlooking the Isle of Arran. He was visiting his son Richard and family who live in Giffnock.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.