Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 MarchPublishedduration15 March 2013SharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightGrant Thomsonimage captionHouses by the sea in Anstruther. Grant Thomson said he braved the elements during the coastal walk. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightWull Taylorimage captionOld motorbike cylinder parts caught the attention of Wull Taylor from Pencaitland, East Lothian, at the Scottish Motorcycle Show.image copyrightWull Taylorimage captionOld motorbike cylinder parts caught the attention of Wull Taylor from Pencaitland, East Lothian, at the Scottish Motorcycle Show.image copyrightEuan Sturrockimage captionA walk through the forest near Innerwick reminded Euan Sturrock, from Angus, of the life Scots led before civilisation.image copyrightAmy McCannimage captionFlowers for mum on mother's day. Photo by Amy McCann from Barrhead.image copyrightGrant Reidimage captionWinter showers were headed for shore. Grant Reid, from Broughty Ferry, watched the sun rise over the Bell Rock Lighthouse from Buddon.image copyrightGeoff Simpsonimage captionEllie and Geoff spotted these patterns in the ice at 1,141m up Cairngorm. Photo sent in by Geoff Simpson.image copyrightTim Aitchisonimage captionTim Aitchison, from Croydon, found this installation of old plastic bottles and low-energy lights at the McManus Galleries in Dundee an enlightening experience.image copyrightAndy Hallimage captionThe village of Killin and Loch Tay from Stron a'Chlachain by Andy Hall from Inverness.image copyrightLorna Stewartimage captionLorna Stewart, from Aberdeen, said it was as cold as it looked around the harbour.image copyrightSinead Bellimage captionMum Sinead Bell, from Inverness, dad Keith, children Toby and Constance had been "pelted by snow storms" before the sun came out in time for their picnic by the River Beauly.image copyrightKirk Lothianimage captionEmily and Becca played in the snow. Dad Kirk Lothian, from Carluke, said he was back in the house in 10 minutes while they stayed out for an hour.image copyrightAllison Clellandimage captionAn ornament in Allison Clelland's garden in Newbigging, Carnwath, caught the last rays of the sun on Monday.image copyrightNicola Cattanachimage captionNicola, from Falkirk, said her 13-year-old son Robbie and his friend made these Red Nose Day cakes to sell to teachers and friends to raise money.image copyrightHugh Ferryimage captionHugh Ferry, from Chapelhall, was working on the Isle of Barra during the week.More on this storySend us your pictures of ScotlandPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.