Your pictures of Scotland: 30 January - 6 FebruaryPublishedduration12 February 2015SharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightMark McGillivrayimage captionA robin perches on top of the washing line in Mark McGillivray's back garden. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightAllan Templetonimage captionAnother rain or snow shower approaches at Gairloch, captured by Allan Templeton.image copyrightSarah Bellimage captionSarah Bell said these horses were enjoying the snow at Sauchenhall farm, Kirkintilloch.image copyrightDave Dunnimage captionThis bleak scene was taken by Dave Dunn on the South of Wick in Caithness.image copyrightAndrew Murrayimage captionA snowman and his dog, taken in Lochmaben, Dumfries and Galloway, by Andrew Murray, from Eaglesfield.image copyrightDavid Boyleimage captionThis majestic stag was taken by David Boyle when he visited Glencoe. Loch Tulla is in the background.image copyrightRussell Henryimage captionThe Tay, Invergowrie, at low tide. Russell Henry was out walking his dog and said he caught the sun at just the right time.image copyrightGraham Wilsonimage captionThis rabbit decided to put snowman's nose to better use. Photo taken by Graham Wilson in Heaste on the Isle of Skye. His daughter Emily built the snowman.image copyrightDebby Thorneimage captionThis picture of boats in Tobermory was taken by Debby Thorne when she went out for the weekly shop from her home in Salen on the Isle of Mull.image copyrightKirsty Hennenimage captionMoving the sheep at Ballagan farm near Strathblane. Photo taken by Kirsty Hennen.image copyrightAlan Tomlinsonimage captionET looks over Loch Long for his "home", taken from five-year-old Lily Maxwell's bedroom. Sent in by Alan Tomlinson.image copyrightKen Milneimage captionThese raised footprints in the snow were taken by ken Milne from Glasgow. He said: "They are caused by someone compacting powder snow under their boot when they walk and then the wind blowing the uncompacted snow off the hillside leaving the compacted snow raised."image copyrightMartin Robertsonimage captionThis robin photograph was taken by Martin Robertson in Culbin Woods, near Forres.image copyrightKevin McDonnellimage captionThis lovely shot of someone sledging was taken by Kevin McDonnell at Traigh Golf Course near Mallaig.image copyrightJohn Curranimage captionThese swans were chilling out at Broughty Ferry. Photo by John Curran.image copyrightDavid Perrieimage caption"We were enjoying a walk around Knapps Loch Kilmacolm in lovely winter evening sun," said David Perrie. "I can remember there being a 'Bonspeil' here when I was a child. It must have been around the mid 1950s."image copyrightDavid Mainimage caption"This was the Moorfoot Hills as I started my early morning walk on Sunday," David Main from Bonnyrigg said. Bowbeat wind farm can be seen on the far horizon with Hirendean Castle ruin to the left.image copyrightLouise Stenhouseimage captionLouise Stenhouse, from Cupar, snapped this stunning shot of the Tay bridge at sunset.image copyrightDavid Adamsimage captionCorrour Station in a snowstorm, taken by David Adams who was visiting from Stratford on Avon.image copyrightKyle Macintyreimage captionThis light trail from a lorry in Glencoe was taken by Kyle Macintyre, from North Ballachulish.image copyrightRob Wareimage captionCarol Pilsworth's 60th birthday treat was to feed the rhinos at Edinburgh Zoo. Photo taken by her brother-in-law Rob Ware.image copyrightAnne Seifertimage captionAnne Seifert took this unusual photo during a walk up Sgiath Chuil and Meall Glas near Crianlarich.image copyrightBill Cameronimage captionThis image of a cormorant taking a dip in the cold waters of Loch Linnhe was taken by Bill Cameronimage copyrightAmy Wingateimage captionAmy Wingate took this photo from above Carbost on the Isle of Skye, looking towards the Cuillins.image copyrightChris Collinsimage captionThe Finnieston Crane, SECC and Hydro rise above the fog on the Clyde on Friday morning. Photo by Chris Collins.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.