Your pictures of Scotland: 28 February - 7 MarchPublished7 March 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Peter MclardyImage caption, Count the magpies on the tree. Peter Mclardy, from Largs, spotted 30 birds on one tree in West Kilbride. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Will FeaseyImage caption, Zoe waited while her hot chocolate brewed on a modified stove. Dad Will Feasey, from Newtonhill, was also on the family day out at Muchalls near Stonehaven.Image source, David MayImage caption, David May had this view across the rooftops of Cullen on Sunday.Image source, DavidImage caption, David and Elsbeth Campbell watched the sun rise over Tayvallich.Image source, Clare Quincey Image caption, Clare Quincey, from Edinburgh, went for a walk in Pressmennan Woods near Stenton.Image source, Benny GilbeyImage caption, Benny Gilbey watched the one o'clock gun being fired at Edinburgh Castle on Thursday.Image source, Richard FlemingImage caption, Teasels are in abundance along the banks of the River Don. Richard Fleming, from Aberdeen, was in a kayak.Image source, Jamie MacDonaldImage caption, A recent addition to the family gives new dad Jamie MacDonald the impression that this will be familiar sight on the washing line in Aberdeen.Image source, Gerald HigginsImage caption, Emma's shadow is complemented by Holyrood Palace, Leith and the Firth of Forth in the background. Dad Gerald Higgins, from Edinburgh, was also at the summit of Arthur's Seat.Image source, John MastersonImage caption, John Masterson spotted these gnomes at a recycling centre in Tarbert, Isle of Harris.Image source, Gordon ShepherdImage caption, A break in the weather provided an opportunity for an oil rig to leave the River Tay. Gordon Shepherd was in Tayport looking towards West Ferry, Dundee.Image source, Mark McGillivrayImage caption, Mark McGillivray, from Glenboig, was at Tentsmuir beach at the weekend.Image source, David DonaldsonImage caption, David Donaldson, from Glasgow, was north of Tyndrum when the clouds cleared to reveal fresh snowfall.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.