Your pictures of Scotland: 29 Jan - 5 Feb

image copyrightNeil Cunningham Dobson
image captionSt Andrews in between snow flurries on Saturday. Photo by Neil Cunningham Dobson. Send your pictures to
image copyrightPat Bullock
image captionPat Bullock sent in this photo of snow in Dunning, Perthshire.
image copyrightDuncan Buchanan
image captionScarlet elf cups adorned this branch on the Strathkelvin Walkway. Duncan Buchanan, from Lenzie, noticed them near Lennoxtown.
image copyrightColin Fisher
image captionSwans at sunrise by Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran. Colin Fisher was on an early morning cycle ride around the island.
image copyrightPhilip Mcginty
image captionPhilip Mcginty sent in this photo of New Lanark on a winter's morning.
image copyrightGeraldine Fraser
image captionGeraldine Fraser sent in this photo of Comrie.
image copyrightGordon Stewart
image captionGordon Stewart watched a Scottish cyclocross event at Chatelherault Country Park, Hamilton.
image copyrightGraham Horler
image captionGraham Horler, from Wiltshire, visited Mellon Udrigle beach.
image copyrightJacqui Traquair
image captionThis visitor to Edinburgh's Figgate Park seemed far from home to Jacqui Traquair.
image copyrightJeanette Stafford
image captionNacreous clouds gave Tuesday morning's sunrise, over Glasgow, a mother of pearl effect. Photo by Jeanette Stafford from Bearsden.
image copyrightRichard Teed
image captionGrangemouth had another worldly feel to it on Tuesday morning. Richard Teed, from Alva, said he had a "kaleidoscopic journey" to work.
image copyrightJackson Philip
image captionNacreous clouds over the Wallace Monument on Tuesday morning. Jackson was on his way to school with mum Sharon Philip.
image copyrightPaula Davidson
image captionUninvited visitors made themselves at home in Paula Davidson's garden in Comrie. Photo sent in by Martin Naismith.
image copyrightAlina McLeary
image captionSunshine greeted Alina McLeary, from Kirkcaldy, when she went to walk her dog on the beach.
image copyrightGraeme Conlan
image captionGraeme Conlan, from Alva, was in Sheriffmuir.
image copyrightJohn Dyer
image captionThe sun set over Strathclyde Loch, watched by John Dyer from Motherwell.
image copyrightBill Cameron
image captionA snow-capped Ben Nevis is on the right. Bill Cameron, from Lochaber, was running along Blar a' Chaorainn on Sunday.
image copyrightWilliam Hardie
image captionLady's Tower was a stopping point for a walk along the Fife Coastal path between Elie and St. Monans. William Hardie was on holiday from California.
image copyrightDaniel Cameron
image captionA brooding sky signalled the arrival of Storm Henry on Monday. Photo by Daniel Cameron from Patna.
image copyrightDerek Sime
image captionClackmannanshire bridge on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Derek Sime from Stirling.
image copyrightBill Miller
image captionSnow in Selkirk. Bill Miller, from Alloa, was there on Saturday.

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