Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 DecemberPublished21 December 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Otherimage captionA walk on St Ninian's Isle, which is connected to the Shetland mainland by a narrow spit, gave Anne Wake, from Aberdeen, "a chance to stock up on her vitamin D levels before sunset". If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Otherimage captionEdinburgh's Princes Street was taken over by Santa for a charity fun run. David Elder, from East Kilbride, lost count of how many runners took part.image source, Otherimage captionWilliam Wheelans said the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh was 'lit up like a disco'.image source, Otherimage captionPaul Galloway photographed these riders on horseback on the shore near Lossiemouth lighthouse.image source, Otherimage captionThere were more than 300 desserts ready for the pensioners' Christmas lunch in Glasgow City Chambers. Brendan Murphy, from Coatbridge, said more than 1,400 attend the event each year.image source, Otherimage captionJamiee was an angel during a Christmas play at St Silas Church, Glasgow. Her uncle, Graham Lynch, thought she was deep in thought and oblivious to the activity behind her.image source, Otherimage captionHay bales were snapped by Tom Barnes, from Glenrothes, while out walking along the Fife coastal path with his wife.image source, Otherimage captionLoch Eck was calm following a winter storm. Colin Cameron from Strachur, Argyll, took the photo looking towards its western shore.image source, Otherimage captionHad Peter Bicheno, from Dunblane, just missed a visitor in Glasgow?image source, Otherimage captionThe World War II pill box on the beach framed the picture for Mairi Logie from Aberdeen.image source, Otherimage captionA stall at the Christmas market reminded Gavin Bragdon, from Edinburgh, of a scene from 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas'.image source, Otherimage captionSarah and Duncan Brown were driving from Lochinver to Ullapool when they took this photo of Quinag.image source, Otherimage captionRohan McCulloch from Balmaclellen sent in this photo of a Highland cow.image source, Otherimage captionSunny cold weather did not deter Graeme from preparing to launch his paraglider in Glen Clova. Photo taken by Scott Mather from Glenogil near Forfar.image source, Otherimage captionSnow fell overnight on Ben Lomond meaning Alastair and Louisa Ross, from Glasgow, made fresh tracks all the way to the top.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.