Home World Scotland Your pictures of Scotland – 9 to 16 June WorldScotland Your pictures of Scotland – 9 to 16 June By bbc world - June 16, 2017 5 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter tweet A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 9 and 16 June. Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics Image copyright Derek Leiper Image caption Derek Leiper, from Banchory, spotted this heron in Arisaig. Image copyright Ian Dunn Image caption Perthshire hills as seen from Carnethy, in the Pentlands, by Ian Dunn. Image copyright John Pate Image caption John Pate was rewarded with this scene after walking up Queen’s View. Image copyright Ian Buchan Image caption Competitors ready for the off at the Women’s 10k in Glasgow’s Kelvin Way. Image copyright Meg McNeill Image caption Steam rose from the steps in Rouken Glen Park as the sun dried them on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Meg McNeill from East Kilbride. Image copyright Ronnie Corse Image caption Portobello beach race on Sunday. Ronnie Corse, from Dalkeith, was impressed by the standard of running, crawling and hurdling. Image copyright Neill Cooper Image caption Hoping for scraps from the boat? Neill Cooper, from Kinghorn, was kayaking in the local harbour. Image copyright Bharat Abhyankar Image caption Bharat Abhyankar saw these bees while visiting Orkney from Dubai. Image copyright Harshad Joshi Image caption Rigs being serviced in Dundee harbour. Photo by Harshad Joshi, from Glasgow. Image copyright Phil Morrison Image caption The winning entrant is piped through Ballater in the duck festival. Phil Morrison, from Westhill, said it was first held to raise funds following Storm Frank in 2015. Image copyright BBC weather watcher Winkers Image caption BBC weather watcher Winkers sent in this photo of the Mossmorran glow over Burntisland. Image copyright Edward Ross Image caption Edward Ross, from Newburgh, watched coble boat racing on the River Tay on Saturday. Image copyright David Petrie Image caption Home sweet home. David Petrie, from Stewartfield, saw this bird on its nest while on holiday in Lochboisdale. Image copyright Kenny Gilchrist Image caption Hampden was ready for the Scotland v England game on Saturday, as Kenny Gilchrist said “the oldest international football game in the world”. Image copyright Elle Picken Image caption Sunset over Arisaig on Friday. Elle Picken could see Eigg, Much and The Cuillins on Skye. Image copyright Emma Hartley-Miller Image caption Lola was sheltering from the rain in Glasgow. Photo by Emma Hartley- Miller. Image copyright Suzi Keay Image caption The view from Kinnoull Hill, Perth. Photo by Suzi Keay. Image copyright Jean McGowan Image caption Cloch lighthouse. Jean McGowan was on the The Waverley paddle steamer. All pictures are copyrighted. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Northern Ireland Japan 13-35 Ireland Wales All-women ordination service for nine in St Asaph Wales Armed Forces Day celebrations take place across Wales LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Stay connected0FansLike64,161FollowersFollow3,210SubscribersSubscribe Latest article Olympic Torch bearer loses cancer battle developerh - June 24, 2017 0 A teenager who famously fell over when carrying the Olympic Torch has died after a six-year battle with cancer. Protest against flags in mixed estates in south Belfast bbc world - June 24, 2017 0 More than 100 people attend a rally against flags in mixed housing estates in south Belfast. Lions well beaten in first All Blacks Test bbc uk - June 24, 2017 0 New Zealand snuff out the British and Irish Lions' hopes of a shock win with a ruthless display in the first Test in Auckland.