Your pictures of Scotland: 28 June - 5 July

Greg Macvean took this image on a visit to Isle of May. Greg said: "Puffins call the Isle of May home between April and mid-August with 46,000 breeding pairs making up part of the 250,000 island seabird population." [Greg Macvean]

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 28 June and 5 July.

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Sculpture in Port Glasgow
"Nicknamed the skelpies, the colossal stainless steel sculptures at Port Glasgow are not just awe-inspiring but fearsome," says Jacki Gordon, who took this image. [Jacki Gordon]
Glen Nevis
Daniel White said: "Not the greatest weather for walking the Ring of Steall at the weekend but the sun shone enough to get this picture of Glen Nevis before the clouds came in." [Daniel White]
Ocra near rocks near Minn Beach, Shetland
Aimee Fraser's picture of an orca off Minn Beach, Burra, Shetland. [Aimee Fraser]
Noctilucent clouds
A photo of noctilucent clouds taken by Andrew Lindsay of Hamilton. [Andrew Lindsay]
Forth Bridge
David MacKenzie said of this shot taken from North Queensferry: "Up for the sunrise, only to get grey gloop. However, the Forth Bridge managed some colour." [David MacKenzie]
Hairy Highland Coo Trail sculpture at The Hermitage
Joanne Baird, of Edinburgh, submitted this picture to the gallery. Joanne said: "On our favourite walk at The Hermitage near Dunkeld we discovered Ossian, one of the herd from the Hairy Highland Coo trail." [Joanne Baird]
A view of Cullen on the Moray Firth coast
Steven Mitchell, of Norfolk, said: "I took this photo whilst staying in Cullen and working offshore from Buckie on a platform moored in the Moray Firth." [Steven Mitchell]
Holy Isle, Arran
Angela Reid, of Paisley, took this picture on Arran's Whiting Bay beach of Holy Isle. [Angela Reid]
Lairig Ghru from Braeriach
Rob Cameron took this picture of the Lairig Ghru from the mountain Braeriach. [Rob Cameron]
Charity tractor run
"The big kid in me very much enjoyed watching the Dumfries Charity Tractor Road Run go past my village - especially as all the drivers waved as they went past," said Elaine Scott. [Elaine Scott]
Sunset at Fittie, Aberdeen
Natalie Gallan, of Aberdeen, took this picture of sunset at Fittie. [Natalie Gallan]
Loch Lomond
Victor Tregubov said of his image: "Loch Lomond just before the sunrise - so called, the blue hour - the time of the morning when colours are almost monochrome but with the approaching sun they will be changing like in a kaleidoscope every few minutes." [Victor Tregubov]
St Andrews Cathedral
Graham Christie sent in this image of St Andrews Cathedral for the gallery. [Graham Christie]
Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie
Colin Bourhill, of Alexandria, visited Bow Fiddle Rock at Portknockie. Colin said: "The grey skies added to the drama of scrambling down to the beach at low tide to view the rock - well worth the effort." [Colin Bourhill]
Rainbow and the Waverley steam ship
"The Waverley emerging from a low rainbow pulling into Dunoon pier," said David Morrison, from Dunoon. [David Morrison]
Reflections on a mobile coffee caravan
Lorna Donaldson liked the distorted reflections on a "super shiny" coffee caravan at Stirling University. [Lorna Donaldson]
Tobermory pictured at night
Derek Mackie said of this evening shot: "Wonderful evening view of Tobermory on a recent swimming trip. Helped us forget the football result earlier that day." [Derek Mackie]
Larick Beacon
Douglas Monaghan sent in this shot of the Tay's Larick Beacon. Colin said: "Amazing to think people lived on this." [Douglas Monaghan ]
Rocks at Bellochantuy Beach
Charlie McGinn, of Helensburgh, said of this image: "Strong winds blowing in off the Atlantic Ocean at Bellochantuy Beach. Some of the waves rolling in were massive. Beautiful to watch from the safety of the shore." [Charlie McGinn]
Collie dog Jock on Black Hill
Frances Eneide said: "This is Jock taking a breather on our walk up the Black Hill looking over Earlston." [Frances Eneide]
Glen Coe
Brian Colston, of Falkirk, said: "I like to visit Glen Coe to admire the scenery as the seasons change. The wet summer we're having so far this year has certainly added some greenery to the always stunning landscape." [Brian Colston]
Sailing boat at Iona
"Idyllic Iona with the traditional wooden ex-working sailing fishing boat the Birthe Marie," said Debbie Neilson of her entry. [Debbie Neilson]
Anstruther on a rainy day
Janice Jack captioned her picture: "Anstruther before the rain". [Janice Jack]

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