Your pictures of Scotland: 1 to 8 February
- 8 February 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 1 and 8 February.
A bracing dog walk near Portencross Castle, Ayrshire, gave Lynn Bindon this view of Little Cumbrae. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
A break in the cloud gave Felicity Green, from Helensburgh, an opportunity to photograph Glasgow's Squinty Bridge in silhouette.
'Albert' first visited Adele Logan's garden in Bellsquarry, West Lothian, in December 2010. He stopped by for lunch on Saturday.
John Paul Peebles
Chef John Paul Peebles came across this heart-shaped oyster in the Glasgow restaurant where he works. He thought it was appropriate with Valentine's Day coming up.
Laura Barraclough took this photograph of Countesswells Woods, Aberdeen.
Alison Dean from Edinburgh didn't let the 70mph winds stop her while on holiday on Lewis. This is her on Eoropie beach. She said: "The entire beach was covered in foam."
Alva Glen by Graeme Conlan from Alva, Clackmannanshire.
Ken Earles described the sea as "a complete white, foamy, boiling cauldron" when he took this picture at Stoer Head in the north west Highlands.
Deer on Badandun hill, Glen Isla. Picture taken by Kathryn Whyte from Blairgowrie.
"Took this looking over Glasgow from the new Commonwealth Games XC MTB track" said Greig Mackay.
The first signs of spring. Snowdrops near Ford in Argyll. Taken by Jamie Cuthbertson from Paisley.
John Ritchie, aged 5, enjoying the snow in Camperdown Park, Dundee. Dad, Kris Ritchie, said he was teaching the bigger boys how to go over a jump the best way.
"This was taken on whilst snowboarding at Glenshee. It was a glorious day," said Rebecca Rawnsley.
Sylvia Beaumont sent in this picture of some Turnstones on a rock in the Firth of Forth at North Berwick, East Lothian.
"I was a little bit worried about our wee Greyfriars Bobby so I decided to knit a scarf for him," said Sonia Bober from Edinburgh.
Kirk Lothian snapped this view of the sunset over Carluke from his upstairs bedroom window. He said: "The window wasn’t open for long... freezing!"