Wednesday , May 5 2021

Send us your pictures from Scotland



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Martin Pati

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Martin Patie used this picture of his wife Carroll and daughter Pop at Tarbet on Loch Lomond.

We are looking for your photos from around Scotland.

You are sending them to us and we will include a selection of a weekly gallery of photos posted every Friday on the BBC's website.

They do not have to be related to news – they could be a local corner, a gathering of friends – something that really depicts life in Scotland.

BBC Scottish weather presenters also require your pictures from time scenes around Scotland to use on television.

However, if you send photos to children, we must have written permission from a parent or guardian of every child that has been selected (grandparents, aunt or friend will not be sufficient).

Send your photos to

Please give us your name, where you live and cut picture details.

If you want to send your photo from your mobile phone, send it to the same address as above. You can send them from any network or phone.

If you want the image to be included in the weekly image gallery, make sure it is a minimum size of 976×549 pixels.

You can also tell us what you think about the images of the week on the BBC Scotland News page.

Terms and Conditions

If you submit a picture, you do it in accordance with the BBC's terms.

In contributing to BBC News, you agree to give us a copyright, non-exclusive license to publish, and otherwise use the material in any way we want in any medium worldwide. This may involve the transfer of material by our foreign partners; these are all reputable foreign media broadcasters who are forbidden to alter the material in any way or to make them available to other UK broadcasters or print media. (See the terms and conditions for our full rights.)

It's important to note, however, that you still have copyrights for everything you contribute to BBC News and that if your image is accepted, we will endeavor to publish your name along with it on the BBC News website. The BBC can not guarantee that all images will be used and we reserve the right to edit your comments.

At no time should you endanger yourself or others, make unnecessary risks, or violate laws.


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