Your pictures of Scotland: 18 - 25 January 2013Published25 January 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightValerie Cookeimage captionThe wind created these snow sculptures in Tomintoul. Photo by Valerie Cooke. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightKirsty Morrisimage captionA robin and a red squirrel ventured into Kirsty Morris's garden by Kinnoull Woods, Perth.image copyrightRussell Fallisimage captionOrlyn sledging with her friends near Eskbank, Midlothian. Dad Russell Fallis later helped build a Merida-inspired snowman complete with dress and crown.image copyrightEric Nivenimage captionA snowy owl in Camperdown Park. Eric Niven, from Dundee, thought it looked rather smug and seemed to be enjoying the snow.image copyrightBernie Allisonimage captionBernie Allison from Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, said: "Not even -5C and snow stops the solar panels working".image copyrightJean Gibbonimage captionJean Gibbon said: "It is not supposed to be snowing here at Carsphairn".image copyrightRebecca Sutherlandimage captionFreya was more interested in the Lake of Menteith than the snow according to owner Rebecca Sutherland from Cumbernauld.image copyrightWendi Batesimage captionSunrise over the Old Gartmore Road out of Drymen, looking south towards the Campsies and Duncryne. Wendi Bates, from Balfron, was up at 09:00 GMT on Saturday morning to capture the scene.image copyrightRachael Taylorimage caption'Master Snowda' was built by Rachael Taylor's sons and their grandmother in Aberdeenshire.image copyrightPhilly Waygoodimage captionSnowmen on Calton Hill by Philly Waygood.image copyrightPaulimage captionPaul took the road through 'the Beeches' at High Lochenbreck in Dumfries and Galloway.image copyrightBrian Cairnsimage captionCyclists dismount, police on horseback do not. Photo by Brian Cairns from Coatbridge.image copyrightLaura Taylorimage captionToo deep to make a snow angel but still great fun. Photo by Laura Taylor from New Deer, Aberdeenshire,.image copyrightDenise McListerimage captionDenise McLister, from Musselburgh, went for a walk through Inveresk village.More on this storyYour picturesPublished18 January 2013Send us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.