Your pictures of Scotland: 24 June - 1 JulyPublished1 July 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Keith Helliwellimage caption, Keith Helliwell visited 13th Century Dunure Castle near Ayr. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.image source, John Rodgersimage caption, John Rodgers, from Port Glasgow, watched fishermen hard at work in the town.image source, Michael Yuilleimage caption, Fishing experts were also to be seen around Aviemore. Michael Yuille, from Dunblane, watched the heron swoop in once the osprey was forced to drop the too-big trout.image source, Ross Hallidayimage caption, Ross Halliday revamped the garage door after a tumultuous week in politics.image source, Richard Blandimage caption, A fishing buoy off the coast of Copinsay. Photo by Richard Bland from Orkney.image source, Catherine Lystimage caption, Four-year-old Jessica thinks she has struck gold while on holiday at Onich in the Highlands. Her mum said it was the brightest double rainbow the family had ever seen.image source, Alan C Toughimage caption, The gardens at Crathes Castle looked "blooming marvellous", said Alan C Tough from Elgin.image source, Keith Bremnerimage caption, Keith Bremner sent in this photo of Nairn beach.image source, Paul Thomsonimage caption, A restored concrete bus shelter in Whiting Bay. Paul Thomson was on holiday on Arran.image source, Scott Andersonimage caption, Scott Anderson's family camped by Loch Vrotachan, Glenshee, on Friday night.image source, John Diamondimage caption, Sunset on the longest day of the year. John Diamond was in Ballantrae looking towards Kintyre.image source, Tiyas Chakrobortyimage caption, A year in the life of trees in Glasgow was captured by Tiyas Chakroborty.image source, Laurieimage caption, Laurie, from Troon, tackled the Great Glen Canoe Trail near Loch Lochy.image source, Amanda Hutchisonimage caption, Amanda Hutchison's ducks cooled off in Dornock, near Annan.image source, Stuart Nevilleimage caption, The Barclay Curle Crane, in Glasgow, remains an impressive sight says Stuart Neville from Clydebank.image source, Grahame Sutherlandimage caption, Grahame Sutherland visited the Loup of Fintry on Monday.image source, David Nicolimage caption, A Fraserburgh painter who gives a make-over to the harbour's fishing boats. David Nicol, from Stonehaven, says the paint is about 3” thick after years of work.image source, Laura Taylorimage caption, The "green" sea off Arbroath, not the Mediterranean. Laura Taylor went for a walk along the beach on Sunday.image source, Scott Youngimage caption, The Spirit of Scotland sculpture at Loudoun Hill. Photo by Scott Young from Stoneyburn.image source, Mark Begbieimage caption, Stef, pictured with support runner Shona, had a 2.4 mile sea swim, a 125 mile bike ride and then ran a marathon during the Celtman triathlon. Mark Begbie, from Falkirk, said he finished 36th out of over 220 competitors.image source, James McCraeimage caption, Dusk settled over The Kelpies. Photo by James McCrae from Livingstonimage source, Ryan Mooreimage caption, Ryan Moore camped near Loch Achray.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News on InstagramThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.