Your pictures of Scotland: 15 - 22 February
- 22 February 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 15 and 22 February.
A race along the route of the Antonine Wall in Twechar. Dad Paul Climie, from Glasgow, remained on the starting line. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Reservoir kids. Mum Clare Sedgwick, from Glasgow, captured Jamie, Luke and Michael in silhouette at Milngavie reservoir.
Sam Grant caught this dragon enjoying the first rays of sunshine in Irvine in 2013.
Modern business hub meets 100-year-old church building in Motherwell. Allan Hutton, from Airdrie, went for a Sunday morning walk around his home town.
Artwork in Port Dundas, Glasgow, caught the attention of Harry Robertson from Motherwell.
Sunset on the John Muir Way between Tyninghame and East Linton on Saturday. Photo by Heather Kinnin from Edinburgh.
Is spring on the horizon? Andrew MacDonald, from Kyle of Lochalsh, noted the Black Cuillins and the Isle of Skye are in the background.
Edinburgh Castle on Sunday morning. Christine Rankin, from County Antrim, was there with her husband and daughters.
Ingrid Deschryver, from Lochcarron, walked along the Coulin Pass to Loch Coulin in Wester Ross.
Dad Colin MacFadyen, from Edinburgh, assures us that his son had not shrunk his sister during a visit to the city's Botanic Gardens.
Illuminated waterfalls at Electric Glen in Rouken Glen Park. Douglas Saunders was there on Saturday night.
Gleddoch offered Christine Dick, from Bishopton, this view of Dumbarton Rock.