Your pictures of Scotland: 17- 24 JanuaryPublished25 January 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Linda RaynerImage caption, Linda Rayner, from Troon, watched these opportunistic snackers gather around a fishing boat in the harbour. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Andrew CraigImage caption, Robert Burns once stayed in lodgings along Glasgow Vennel in Irvine. Photo by Andrew Craig.Image source, Innes ClarkImage caption, Innes Clark, from Kemnay, took this photo on Monday of flooding near Kintore.Image source, Lauren ThomsonImage caption, Six-month-old Ruaridh in his new walker. Photo by mum Lauren Thomson from Wishaw.Image source, Chris ClaxtonImage caption, A misty morning in Midlothian. Chris Claxton, from Loanhead, was cycling to work.Image source, Garry MorrisonImage caption, Flotterstone to Turnhouse Hill, Carnethy Hill, Scald Law, East Kip and West Kip. Garry Morrison and three friends crossed five peaks in their trek over the Pentland Hills.Image source, Sandra ScottImage caption, Sandra Scott, from Dalry, said you have to beware of the bonxies when venturing along the path to look at The Altar in South Ronaldsay.Image source, Drew GrahamImage caption, Dee, Linda, Nessa and Kate - known collectively as The Ben Wyfies Cake Club - came second in the Strathpuffer 24 race.Image source, Mal YoungImage caption, Three bridges cross the River Tweed at Leaderfoot. Photo by Mal Young from Newstead.Image source, Katharine DeMaineImage caption, Katharine DeMaine, from Glencarse, spotted a gaggle of geese at a fishery in Perth.Image source, Davie MutchImage caption, Falls of Feugh in spate. Davie Mutch, who now lives in Thailand, was home for a holiday during the festive season.Image source, Carol WiilamsonImage caption, This gull was photographed by Carol Williamson, from Port Glasgow, on "a cold and wet Monday".Image source, Bert TimmermansImage caption, Bert Timmermanns, from Aberdeen, said his family are settling in nicely to life in the city with his daughter leading the way.Image source, Jim ArmstrongImage caption, View of Bass Rock from North Berwick. Photo by Jim Armstrong from Edinburgh.Image source, John MackenzieImage caption, Cranes are dismantled at Govan shipyard. John Mackenzie took the photo from Glasgow harbour.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.