Your pictures of Scotland: 28 December 2012 to 4 January 2013Published5 January 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage sourceMichael McConvilleimage captionMichael McConville saw girlfriend Jen and Sammy the retriever running along Dornoch beach on New Year's Day. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage sourceGrant Ritchieimage captionFireworks and a light show over Edinburgh's Calton Hill were photographed by Grant Ritchie.image sourceHazel Hayimage captionThis picture of serenity is actually a flooded car park in Callander. Photo by Hazel Hay from Glasgow.image sourceFlorian Schumannimage captionThe fireball procession drew the crowds to Stonehaven High Street. Florian Schumann was among the spectators on 31 December.image sourceSusanne Arbuckleimage captionA trip to Rannoch Moor from Glencoe on New Year's Eve. Susanne Arbuckle, from Glasgow, wanted to know where ET was.image sourceLisa Wallaceimage captionA Hogmanay bonfire in Biggar. Photo by Lisa Wallace from Coulter, South Lanarkshire.image sourceRhoda Andersonimage captionRhoda Anderson, from Gott in the Shetland Islands, discovered frozen seaweed on Laxfirth Voe, near Tingwall, on New Year's Day morning.image sourceSylvia Beaumontimage captionBraving the waters in the Firth of Forth on New Year's Day. Sylvia Beaumont, from North Berwick, stayed on dry land during the annual loony dook.image sourceBob shandimage captionA serene New Year's Day at Sallochy, on East Loch Lomond, was photographed by Bob Shand.image sourceKenny Lamimage captionKenny Lam, from Edinburgh, watched sled dog racing in Holyrood Park on 1 January.image sourceRhys Fullertonimage captionRhys Fullerton's view of Edinburgh from Arthur's Seat on New Year's Day.image sourceHelen Hendersonimage captionHelen Henderson stood well back as waves broke over the harbour wall in Arbroath.image sourceKaren Thomasimage captionKaren Thomas, from Falkirk, watched the sun rise over the East Neuk on New Year's Day.image sourceIneke Wattimage captionFamily from Chicago and Scotland "jumped for joy", said Ineke Watt from Glenfarg, Perth. They were on Scarista beach, on the Isle of Harris, on New Year's Eve.image sourceIngrid Deschryverimage captionA sea urchin had been washed ashore from Loch Carron. Ingrid Deschryver, from the village of Lochcarron, was surprised to find it undamaged given the high winds.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.