Your pictures of Scotland: 28 November - 5 DecemberPublished7 December 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Martyn DavidsonImage caption, Martyn Davidson's wife and son at Limekilns harbour, Fife. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Fleur BaxterImage caption, This is Fleur Baxter's 'Balesy' rather than Banksy moment on the Forfar to Carnoustie road in Angus.Image source, Neil MacNeillImage caption, Photographers vie for the best spot on Calton Hill to capture sunset over the city. Photo by Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh.Image source, Alina McLeanImage caption, A trip to Kinghorn beach provided opportunities for a game of leap frog while Alina McLean, from Kirkcaldy, tried out her new camera.Image source, Gail and David DickersonImage caption, "Beautiful winter weather", is how Gail and David Dickerson described the view from the summit of Ben Lomond on Sunday.Image source, Les RossImage caption, A seal looks towards Dalmore pier. Les Ross, from Alness, was canoeing along the Cromarty Firth on Sunday.Image source, Liam YuleImage caption, Collie pup Ned enjoyed sunrise over Dundee from Kirkton of Auchterhouse with owner Liam Yule.Image source, Nick RayImage caption, St Andrew's Day celebrations in Oban. Nick Ray had this view from his boat, usually moored off the island of Kerrera.Image source, Gordon MilliganImage caption, Inveraray Castle was photographed by Gordon Milligan from Broughty Ferry.Image source, Siddhartha SinghImage caption, Stalls at Edinburgh's Christmas market were photographed by Siddhartha Singh.Image source, Gary MorrisonImage caption, Gary Morrison, from Inverurie, watched Edinburgh Castle turn blue for St Andrew's Day.Image source, Bill MylesImage caption, Forfar Loch at sunset. Bill Myles, from Forfar, took this picture while out walking his dog on Sunday.Image source, PAuline EggermontImage caption, Pauline Eggermont from Inverness enjoyed the contrasting greens against the snowy white tops of the Cuillins, Isle of Skye in winter.Image source, Valerie PeglerImage caption, Valerie Pegler and her husband from Livingston enjoyed photographing the Burntisland sunset.Image source, Benjy BoyleImage caption, This fieldmouse was spotted peeping out at the entrance of Benjy Boyle's home at Balloch.Image source, Jemma CalderwoodImage caption, As a maths teacher, Jemma Calderwood couldn't help notice the beautiful shapes created in this spider's web on a walk through the forest at Glen Loy, Lochaber.Image source, Pearl ConlonImage caption, Pearl Conlon's granddaughter Sinead in Aberdeen shared a view of the Cromarty Firth with a television presenter.Image source, Mike HoggImage caption, Mike Hogg captured this image of friends Alastair and Hamish Ward walking the ridge on Buchaille Etive Mor.Image source, John MacdonaldImage caption, John Macdonald was on his way home from Portavadie when he was joined by these horses.Image source, Bill McKelvieImage caption, Festive illuminations in Glasgow's George Square were photographed by Bill McKelvie on Tuesday.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.