Your pictures of Scotland: 12 - 19 OctoberPublished19 October 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightCraig Coventryimage captionThe old pier at North Berwick was photographed by Craig Coventry. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightdavid skinnerimage captionDavid's view from the Isle of Lewis ferry as it came in to the quay in Ullapool. Photo sent in by mum Kathleen Skinner from Inverness.image copyrightKath Mannersimage captionThis boat was spotted on the shore of Backaskaill Bay on the aptly named Isle of Sanday. Photo by Kath Manners from St Margaret's Hope in the Orkney Islands.image copyrightKirsty Morrisimage captionKirsty Morris said this coal tit had just collided with a window but seemed to have recovered fully in her garden in Perth.image copyrightHeidi Obernimage captionThe sun was setting as Heidi Obern went beachcombing on the beach at Brora. The view is looking towards Golspie.image copyrightCassy Lochartimage captionJohnstone swimming pool has been demolished. Cassy Lochart was there to see it being pulled down.image copyrightWendy Devineimage captionWendy Devine, from Oklahoma, saw snowfall on the Cairngorms from near Aviemore. The photo was sent in by Gary Williamson who thought this could be the first snow of winter.image copyrightElisabeth Liddellimage captionThe temperature dropped to -3c in Elisabeth Liddell's garden in Auchterless. The frost covered rose appears to be sugar-coated.image copyrightGemma Learmonthimage captionGemma Learmonth's view of sunrise over Glasgow from her top floor tenement flat.image copyrightFrazerRobboimage captionA long exposure on the camera gave the appearance of a starburst over Dunnottar Castle. Frazer Robertson, from Aberdeen, said there were clear skies over Stonehaven.image copyrightRichard Caieimage captionRichard Caie was waiting for a bus on Aberdeen's Guild Street when the colours of the sunset caught his eye.image copyrightGordon Bennettimage captionCulzean Castle and Ailsa Craig on Sunday 14 October. Gordon Bennett, wife Elizabeth and son Nathan stopped to savour the rays of sunlight.image copyrightEuan Gloverimage captionCharlotte and Reuben climbed Inshriach forest with dad Euan Glover and their grandpa on Tuesday.image copyrightGavin Mitchellimage captionThis is Gavin Mitchell's view of the Black Cuillins from Elgol jetty. Gavin. from the Isle of Skye, said he does not use his mobile much due to poor reception but at least it takes nice photos.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.