Your pictures of Scotland 5 June - 12 June


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 5 June and 12 June. Send your photos to Please ensure you adhere to the BBC's rules regarding photographs which can be found here.

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image source, Laura del Carpio
image captionRiver city: A beautiful Clyde sunset reflection from Laura del Carpio.
image source, Kirstin Gault
image captionKirstin Gault sent this image of Culloden Viaduct at "golden hour".
image source, Rea McGown
image captionGreat Scot! The Robert the Bruce statue looking magnificent in a Stirling sunset, courtesy of Rea McGown.
image source, David Reilly
image caption...and another great Scott: "This my my photo of the Scott Monument - Edinburgh's Gothic Rocket - aiming for the moon", says David Reilly.
image source, James Foster
image captionGlow with the flow: The sun setting over the Moray Firth from Nairn West Beach, thanks to James Foster.
image source, Joe Dailly
image caption"I live just outside Forfar and met this guy on my morning walk", says Joe Dailly. "He was quite interested in what I was doing which made capturing the image a lot easier."
image source, Fiona Mackinnon
image captionA Fyne sight: Fiona Mackinnon captured this sunset over Loch Fyne.
image source, Liz Hamilton
image caption"This is one of my favourite views near Tarves", says Liz Hamilton. "This ancient route was used to take cattle into Aberdeen and to markets further south. Behind the derelict croft you can see Bennachie."
image source, Seamus Kobylski
image captionFrom Clachnaharry, overlooking the Beauly Firth, Seamus Kobylski got this beautiful shot.
image source, Bill Ledingham
image captionBill Ledingham of Drumoak says he was out for a walk when he saw a group of crows mobbing a buzzard. "It was keeping its eye on this attacker but bravely hardly flinched".
image source, Mark Phillips
image captionI'll swing by another time: "My beautiful 20-month-old daughter Grace gazed longingly at her favourite playpark here in Musselburgh", says Mark Philips. "I feel it says a lot about the current situation".
image source, Barbara Orchard
image caption"This is a picture of Loch Voil (Balquhidder) before the lockdown, one of our favourite lochs", says Barbara Orchard. "When we are able to travel more than five miles from home we will visit again".
image source, Stephen Kennedy
image captionAngry birds? A blue tit fledgling in South Queensferry, from Stephen Kennedy.
image source, Alison Escobar
image caption"My daughter Caty splashing in at the North Kelvinside meadow in the west end of Glasgow on our daily exercise during a rainy break in the sunny weather", from Alison Escobar.
image source, Kathryn Trimmer
image captionBlowing away the cobwebs: "Here is a picture of my young children enjoying a very cold, windy and rainy Aberdeen beach", says Kathryn Trimmer. "As such we had the beach to ourselves without the confines of having to social distance the children, bliss!"
image source, Karen Ormiston
image captionA safe haven: Newhaven Harbour looking splendid in this entry from Karen Ormiston who dashed down to catch the sunset at the end of a family quiz.
image source, Ian McDiarmid
image captionBee aware: "A photograph of a honeybee at a lavender plant in my garden in Stirling", from Ian McDiarmid.
image source, Peter Mulvey
image caption"I took this picture last night whilst on a family walk up Ballageich Hill", Peter Mulvey says. "The sunset was stunning and the view around Glasgow shrouded in rain was lovely".
image source, Lorraine Pratt
image captionA bunny thing happened today: "Walking round River Ury and one head popped up", says Lorraine Pratt. "Then another!"
image source, Phil Dawson
image captionStag night: "Lovely evening in Dumbarton", says Phil Dawson. "This stag stood and posed for ages at the Lomondgate roundabout in the town."
image source, Simon Bliault
image captionBlack and white photography: "I managed to get this picture of a badger whilst out and about on a walk near Elgin", says Simon Bliault. "It seems the wildlife has certainly become more relaxed and daring during the lockdown."
image source, Elaine Cormack
image caption"I got up extra early to capture the sun rising at 4.15am between Dunnet Head (Caithness) and the island of Hoy (Orkney) from my viewpoint in Scrabster", says Elaine Cormack.
image source, Claire Wilson
image captionA grey area: "This cheeky critter is one of many daily visitors to our garden", says Claire Wilson in Penicuik ."They sometimes let the birds into the feeders!"
image source, Gerry Connor
image caption"Stepped out at dusk for a breath of fresh air to be met with this fantastic sky - had to get a picture", says Gerry Connor in Old Kilpatrick. "Not that the horses were too bothered - seen it all before I expect!"
image source, Oscar Tollast
image captionOscar Tollast says he's found some new companions on his walks after unexpectedly finding himself in Edinburgh since March. "I’ve discovered a side of the city I didn’t know existed. I’m grateful for the green belt".
image source, Maureen Powell
image caption"When you can’t meet inside and the weather is poor, a blanket and umbrella helps", says Maureen Powell in Seamill. "This is my son Daniel and his wife, Louise".

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