Your pictures of Scotland: 1-8 JanuaryPublished10 January 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage sourceBecci Jewellimage captionThe aurora borealis lit the sky above Fife as Becci Jewell, from Pittenweem, saw in the new year. Send your pictures to email@example.com sourceKim Galliganimage captionA trip up Ben Ledi 'blew the cobwebs away for Kim Galligan's family and friends. Collies Lika and Nacho also tackled this part of the Trossachs.image sourceMichael Campbellimage captionMichael Campbell, from Kirkintilloch, spent the new year with family and friends in Port Charlotte on the Isle of Islay.image sourceIain Murrayimage captionGlasgow's new Sikh temple, the Central Gurdwara, caught Iain Murray's attention while he was home for a holiday from Jakarta.image sourceTom Redpathimage captionSea foam in St Abbs harbour made Tom Redpath, from Duns, think of John Masefield's "Sea Fever".image sourceLorna Mackieimage captionThe lighting of the flambeaux on Hogmanay signals the approach of the new year in Comrie. Photo by Lorna Mackie from Ayr.image sourceMike Greigimage captionMike Greig, from Nairn, watched the sun rise over Lochindorb.image sourceEric Donaldsonimage captionSwimmers braved the cold water of the River Forth for South Queensferry's loony dook. Photo by Eric Donaldson from Edinburgh.image sourceJoe Stewartimage captionFlooded allotments in Moncrieff Island, Perth. Joe Stewart from St Madoes was out for a walk on Wednesday.image sourceRob Aitchisonimage captionRob Aitchison, from Galashiels, watched dusk settle over Port Appin in Argyll.image sourceScott Blairimage captionThe summit of The Cairnwell, above Glenshee, on New Year's Day. Photo by Scott Blair from Belshill.image sourceMargaret Squiresimage captionThe Isle of Skye on Tuesday. Margaret Squires thinks there is less snow on the Cuillins than usual for this time of year.image sourceKenneth Nicolsonimage captionNew year greetings awaited Kenneth Nicolson, from Stornoway, during a New Year's Day walk along Bosta Beach, Great Bernera.image sourceDave Stewartimage captionThe view of Suilven from Stac Pollaidh, Assynt. Dave Stewart, from Edinburgh, said rain poured at his base in Ullapool a few hours later.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.