Your pictures of Scotland: 20-27 FebruaryPublishedduration28 February 2015SharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightWilliam Kirkpatrickimage captionEx-pat William Kirkpatrick took this photo of Dunderave Castle, by Loch Fyne, while visiting home from Qingdao, China. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightRoss Garnierimage captionThe Tay Bridge at sunset, taken by Ross Garnier from Dundee.image copyrightGordon Hillimage captionGlenfinnan viaduct was the destination of choice for Gordon Hill and his family during half term.image copyrightDouglas Brawlsimage captionSunset over Luce Bay. Douglas Brawls, from Stranraer, was at Second Sands, Portwilliam.image copyrightChris Crichtonimage captionLoch Lomond and the Trossachs from the top of Conic Hill. Chris Crichton, from Glasgow, was there on Sunday.image copyrightNicole Whartonimage captionRocky the cat has eight lives left after a car crashed outside his home in Fraserburgh. Photo by Nicole Wharton.image copyrightSue Edwardsimage captionThose Shetland pony tails must be kept clean for the show ring. Sue Edwards, from Chapel of Garioch, was at the Royal Northern Agricultural Society spring show in Thainstone, Inverurie.image copyrightStuart Butlerimage captionLoch Leven was photographed by Stuart Butler from Kinross.image copyrightAlistair Simpsonimage captionAlistair Simpson, from Glasgow, watched the Strathearn vintage ploughing match held on Sunday near Madderty, Perthshire.image copyrightAllison Mcmahonimage captionAllison Mcmahon, from Errol in Perthshire snapped this red squirrel enjoying breakfast in Tentsmuir Forest.image copyrightIan McAteerimage captionIan McAteer, from Edinburgh, flew over Cramond. The kirk and graveyard are to the bottom left of the picture.image copyrightFraser Allisonimage captionOne of the Kelpies kept an eye on Eve who was visiting with dad Fraser Allison from Dunfermline.image copyrightJoseph Higneyimage captionThe Milky Way sets over the north end of the Isle of Skye at the Quirang, with the lights of Staffin in the bottom right hand corner. Photo by Joseph Higney.image copyrightJamie Dicksonimage captionThis cygnet was taken at Forfar Loch by Jamie Dickson.image copyrightConal Houstonimage captionWorkers wait patiently for the helicopter to take them from the Magnus oilfield, in the North Sea, to the mainland. Photo by Conal Houston.image copyrightSandy Stewartimage captionThis airborne picture of Tilly the cocker spaniel was taken by Sandy Stewart from Anstruther at Shell Bay Woods near Elie.image copyrightFariba Wiseman image captionFariba Wiseman from Paisley took this photo at Greenan Castle in Ayr.image copyrightJim Maguireimage captionThis serene image was taken by Jim Maguire in the harbour at Burnmouth.image copyrightJohn Bousieimage captionJohn Bousie, from Auchtermuchty took this photo of Balvaird Castle using his drone. It is looking east towards the Howe of Fife.image copyrightJames Starkimage captionHolly the dog on a morning walk at Broughty Ferry. Taken by James Stark.image copyrightArthur Graingerimage captionArthur Grainger was birdwatching at Lochwinnoch when he took this photo of a Mealy Redpoll, which he says is normally only a winter visitor to the east coast of Scotland.image copyrightScott Watkinsimage captionScott Watkins took this photo on a recent family holiday in Tighnabruaich.image copyrightAllan Doyleimage captionThe Doune Bothy on the banks of Loch Lomond. Allan Doyle and his friend Richard stayed there during a cycling trip.image copyrightPaul Carrollimage captionPaul Carroll, from Glasgow, took this sunset from Camusdarach beach while on holiday in Morar.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your pictures of ScotlandPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.