Your pictures of Scotland: 3 - 10 JanuaryPublished10 January 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightNorman Rossimage captionA beautiful but cold day in Lossiemouth. Photo by Norman Ross from Elgin. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightWalter Baxterimage captionThis boat's sea-faring days seem to be over. Walter Baxter, from Galashiels, spotted it in Annan harbour.image copyrightPeter Hargravesimage captionPeter Hargraves and friends spent the new year at Fife Ness near Crail.image copyrightElaine Carrimage captionHigh tide in a flooded Kirkcudbright harbour after a day of stormy weather. Photo by Elaine Carr.image copyrightSiobhan and Jonny Petrieimage captionSiobhan Petrie's father grew up on the Doire na h-Innes croft in the 1940 and 50s. The family of 10 lived in the two room house.image copyrightCaroline Adams and Cori Wallaceimage captionRebecca and Allan visited Saltcoats beach with their mothers Caroline Adams and Cori Wallace from Johnstone.image copyrightMargaret Borlandimage captionSam and his Papa played hide and seek, with torches, in Glasgow's Pollok Park. Photo by Margaret Borland from Paisley.image copyrightFraser Stewartimage captionFraser Stewart and his family came across a dog training session in Ballater.image copyrightJohn Douglasimage captionThe view from Culross across the Firth of Forth to Grangemouth. John Douglas, from Denny, was there on Saturday afternoon.image copyrightLawrence Doolanimage captionWaves crashed along the shore at Prestwick. Photo by Lawrence Doolan.image copyrightStewart Prodgerimage captionSamantha and Chris tried to rope Stewart Prodger, from Dunblane, into building their own flood defences for Kilmacolm.image copyrightPaul Swinburneimage captionPaul Swinburne took this photo of Grant on Beinn Dorain above Bridge of Orchy. Stob a Coire Ohdair and Loch Tulla are in the background.image copyrightMichael Moverleyimage captionDawn over Loch of Skene, Aberdeenshire. Michael Moverley said the light on the towers improved as the sun rose.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.