Your pictures of Scotland: 6 March - 13 MarchPublished13 March 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightJames Corriganimage captionJames Corrigan, from East Kilbride, climbed Beinn Ime, the highest of the Arrochar alps, looking over Loch Long. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightAnne Taljavaara image captionAnne Taljavaara, from Finland, took this photo from the Craig Fall Trail. She spent nine days in Scotland visiting her partner in Aberdeen.image copyrightStephen Bucklandimage captionThis blue tit was snapped by Stephen Buckland at Balgavies near Forfar.image copyrightRonald Hunterimage captionView from the top of the Forth Bridge. Ronald Hunter, from Linlithgow, said it was a "very windy experience but great fun".image copyrightAlex Brandimage captionPilot Alex Brand took this picture of a lenticular cloud from the flight deck as he flew over the Campsie Hills. He said it was the first time he had seen this kind of formation over Scotland in his 34-year flying career.image copyrightMehran Haddadi image captionMehran Haddadi said he was "up around Glasgow's Necropolis, among another 30 odd photography students, taking pictures of the beauties around us, in the dark".image copyrightKevin O'Kaneimage captionNeeps and sheeps: Kevin O'Kane, from Edinburgh, said he had to stop to take a photo when he came across this scene just outside Kirkcaldy,image copyrightPatricia Sinclairimage captionTeri Hamilton, centre, on her "blackening" in Kirkwall. Blackening is a tradition which takes place before a wedding to ward off evil spirits.image copyrightDavid Youngimage captionA rook carrying a twig to its nest in a rookery in Lochside Park, Castle Douglas. Taken by David Young.image copyrightDavid Mainimage captionA chilly Loch Skeen, taken from Lochcraig Head in the Moffat Hills. David Main, from Bonnyrigg, said an arc of light briefly hung over the loch.image copyrightGordon Stewartimage captionThis is the first shop after crossing the bridge over the "Atlantic ocean" to Seil Island. Taken by Gordon Stewart while on a three-day break in Oban.image copyrightNeil Webbimage captionThis robin was taken by Neil Webb in his back garden while he fed the birds.image copyrightDennis Swansonimage captionDennis Swanson endured freezing temperatures in Cramond Kirkyard to capture these star trails.image copyrightNeil Barrimage captionSunset at Killantringan Bay, near Portpatrick. Taken by Neil Barr, from Glasgow.image copyrightJohn Bousieimage captionFeeding frenzy: These birds were snapped by John Bousie from Auchtermuchty who liked the action and variety of birds in the shot.image copyrightMark Kirklandimage captionMark Kirkland took this photo of a sea squirt and fellow diver while diving offshore from Furnace, Loch Long.image copyrightArthur Bruceimage captionThis fallow deer was spotted near Dunkeld by Arthur Bruce, from Almondbank.image copyrightStuart McMillanimage captionStuart McMillan took this photo of his neighbour Kirsten catching the last light on her paddleboard in Limekilns harbour.image copyrightAmanda Hutchisonimage captionThe ducklings in this pile hatched from incubated eggs. Photo by Amanda Hutchison, from Dumfries and Galloway.image copyrightIain Wilkieimage captionThe snowdrops were out in force at Scone Palace as Iain Wilkie walked around the grounds.image copyrightBill Cameronimage captionA very high River Ness on Saturday night. Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, was in Inverness to run a half marathon.image copyrightKen Daviesimage captionBlackrock Cottage in Glencoe. Ken Davies said less than 20 minutes later the mist and rain almost obliterated the view.image copyrightStephen Shawimage captionStephen Shaw from Livingston took this photo of Edinburgh Castle.image copyrightPhil Randallimage captionThis red kite was snapped by Phil Randall on a day out near Castle Douglas on Saturday.image copyrightPaul Ewingimage captionPaul Ewing took this photograph on a very windy day on Edinburgh's Pentland Hills.image copyrightPeter McCullochimage captionThe Welly Boot Garden at St Monans, Fife, on a rainy day out for an early Mothers Day lunch. Photo by Louise McCulloch.image copyrightGordon Bruceimage captionGordon Bruce said this heron regularly fishes from the slipway on Iona, using the streetlights on the pier as an aidRelated TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.