Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 January
- 18 January 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 11 and 18 January.
A winter's morning in Ballindalloch, Moray. Photo by Tim Rogers. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Factors' Island at Stronachlachar, Loch Katrine, was photographed by Lenny McArthur.
The Lake of Menteith. Donald McIntyre, from Edinburgh, thought: "The surface was like glass and the silence made it eerie."
Morag Ramsay, from Glasgow, was on Gullane beach at the start of a walk to North Berwick.
Shetland's Up Helly Aa Festivals got under way in Scalloway on Friday 11 January. Jane Evans was there to watch the spectacle.
Suzanne Lennie and Kieran Emptage, from Airdrie, went for a walk along Irvine beach with Baako a Rhodesian ridgeback.
David Dickson's 1961 Morris Minor 1000 made it through the snow along a farm track near Teviothead in the Scottish Borders.
Dawn breaks over Glasgow around 07:50 GMT on Sunday 12 January. Iain MacDonald was at the highest point in Queen's Park.
Fuel is thrown onto the burning Clavie. Damian Connell from Portknockie, Banffshire, stood well back while watching the annual tradition in Burghead.
Baba said his daughter enjoyed her chat with a snowman in Aberdeen.
Amanda Monk was on her way to work when she took this photo of Grants' Place in Old Aberdeen.
A fox visited Daniel Makinson's garden in Aberdeen in its hunt for food.
David Swift from Strathlachan, Argyll, said introducing crocodile to Scottish rivers seems "a step too far", on seeing this sign along the River Fyne in Glen Fyne.
Dorothee Venn described Aberdeen as a winter wonderland on 16 January.