Your pictures of Scotland: 21 - 28 FebruaryPublished2 March 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Brian K MackenzieImage caption, Brian Mackenzie, from Edinburgh, saw tram testing in the city. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Alan KennedyImage caption, The aurora borealis over Castletown, Caithness, was photographed by Alan Kennedy on Sunday using camera trickery and "waving a small LED torch" around.Image source, David BarrattImage caption, A snow hole in the Cairngorms provided a rest place for David Barratt, from Inverkeithing, his brother and friend before skiing.Image source, Walter M RitchieImage caption, Frogs in Walter M Ritchie's garden pond, in Kilmartin, appear to be thriving.Image source, Annette BaconImage caption, Laggan Dam was in full flow on Sunday. Annette Bacon, from Dunfermline, was on her way home from Kyle of Lochalsh and said: "the sound was deafening".Image source, Steven Biggs Image caption, Steven Biggs, from East Kilbride, found it hard to believe this view of the north east is only a few miles from the industrial heart of Aberdeen.Image source, Ali MacLeodImage caption, Martha whizzed past Pollok House, on her scooter, watched by mum Ali MacLeod.Image source, Gavin shawImage caption, The Northern Lights over the Dee valley. Gavin Shaw was out late in Craigie Daff Wood, near Denside of Durris, on Thursday night.Image source, Margaret DouglasImage caption, Raindrops on Margaret Douglas's washing line in Head of Muir, Stirlingshire, reflected miniature daffodils.Image source, Christian WitteImage caption, Higgs, the kitten, took shelter during a walk along Sanna Bay with owners Christian Witte and Kimia from Glasgow.Image source, Dave HendersonImage caption, Falls of Dochart, near Killin, on Sunday. Dave Henderson, from Leith, said the water level had risen by half a metre overnight.Image source, Gary MorrisonImage caption, The sky over Inverurie and Oldmeldrum around 20:30 on Thursday evening. Gary Morrison was somewhere between the town and Chapel of Garioch.Image source, David MayImage caption, David May, from the Black Isle, was in Ullapool on Tuesday.Image source, Edward StephenImage caption, Edward Stephen's photo of "an unusually wind-free morning", in Montrose Basin.Image source, Ian ClarkeImage caption, Sand dunes along the River Ythan. Ian Clarke, from Newburgh, saw Aberdeen in the distance.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.