Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 February
- 15 February 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 8 and 15 February.
Sarah Picken saw these ducks skating on a frozen pond at David Marshall Lodge, Aberfoyle. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Donald Dewar looks on as Beryl Cook's 'Karaoke' is projected on to Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall as part of bbc.co.uk/yourpaintings/. Photo by William Dyer.
One light for each of the 1,418 naval personnel who died when HMS Hood was sunk by the Bismarck in 1941. Douglas Orr saw them reflected on a model of the ship in the Riverside Museum, Glasgow.
Jura jumped a gate at Schawpark golf course. Photo by Stuart Crichton from Fishcross, Clackmannanshire.
Sunrise over Anniesland, Glasgow, as seen by Rosie Peacocke.
Ken Le Grice
Ken Le Grice, from Monifieth, saw a train on the Tay railway bridge.
Murray and Nathan prepared for Scotland's rugby game against Italy. Photo by Justin Egan, from Falkirk, dad and uncle respectively.
A rainbow on Loch Tummel that Jim Sandeman and Dave MacKenzie saw as they were driving along the Foss Road on Thursday. "It was the first time either of us saw a rainbow's end landing on a loch," says Jim. "The question now... is the pot of gold under the loch?"
Helen Bishop took this photo at St Monans in Fife, where she lives.
Elisabeth Liddell is not a fan of wind turbines. She says: "Where there was peace and beauty, there is now a wind farm. In the small village of Auchterless, Aberdeenshire, six massive wind turbines scar the landscape, each the height of a 20-storey skyscraper. This is just one of them."
Alan Tough took this picture of a Northern Lights display from Hopeman in Moray.
Blackrock Cottage in its winter setting, taken by Margaret Russell at the Glencoe Ski Centre
Janet Parker took this at Routenburn Golf Course on Wednesday. She says: "It was the red flag against the white snow, with Largs in the background, that made me get out of the car in the middle of a blizzard to take the photo."
"Cheer up folks - Spring is on the way," says Iain Shaw. It looks like Iain makes his own sunshine. "Another glorious day in Glasgow," he says.
The Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, taken through the new roof at Waverley railway station by Mark Mulhern from Edinburgh.