Your pictures of Scotland: 5-12 FebruaryPublished12 February 2016SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Stewart Paulimage captionStewart Paul went for a walk along Cruden Bay. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org source, Donnie McLeanimage captionStirling Castle as viewed from Bannockburn. Photo by Donnie McLean from Cumbernauld.image source, Beverly Bergmanimage captionGlasgow University cloisters. Photo by Beverly Bergman from Edinburgh.image source, Karol Politoimage captionIce crystals in a South Queensferry car park. Photo by Karol Polito from Edinburgh.image source, Geraldine Fraserimage captionA new resident for this birdhouse in Comrie? Geraldine Fraser thinks so.image source, Jonathan Kallowimage captionWere these children swallowed by an oak tree in Chalterherault Country Park? Dad Jonathan Kallow, from Larbert, assures us that no child came to any harm.image source, Brian Gilliesimage captionMia and Ava at the summit of a shrouded Dumyat in the Ochill Hills. Dad Brian Gillies, from Bridge of Allan, joined them for the mid-term break trek.image source, Ewen McMillanimage captionThe sun rose over Bass Rock on Monday. Ewen McMillan, from Anstruther, watched it from Lower Largo at about 07:40 on Monday.image source, Gary Hodgsonimage captionThis ptarmigan joined Gary Hodgson, from Aviemore, in the Cairngorms.image source, Joe Higneyimage captionJoe Higney sent in this photo of Glencoe on Thursday morning.image source, Amanda Ruddickimage captionThe International Space Station passed over Orkney on Monday. Amanda Ruddick, from Toab in the Orkney Islands, thinks "it's amazing to think that there are folk on board as she passes over us".image source, Tricia Littleimage captionTricia Little was at Wigtown Bay on Wednesday.image source, Hamid Rasheedimage captionHamid Rasheed stopped to savour the sunrise over the A9, between Perth and Auchterarder.image source, Gareth Overtonimage captionA Wednesday walk descending Ben Challum. Gareth Overton, from Edinburgh, says this is looking west across the A82 between Crianlarich and Tyndrum.image source, Peter Maciverimage captionIsle of Lewis native Peter Maciver spent a weekend in the Outer Hebrides visiting Seilebost beach as Storm Imogen lashed other parts of the country.image source, Stu Yarrowimage captionStu Yarrow, from Portlethen, was ski touring around Coire Dhirich, near Glenshee, on Monday.image source, Kim Bennettimage captionSunrise over St Andrews on Thursday. Photo by Kim Bennett from Cupar.image source, Martin Kennedyimage captionThe stars shone over Banchory, near the Falls of Feugh, on Monday. Martin Kennedy was downstream of the illuminated bridge.image source, Glyn Bootonimage captionGlyn Booton, from Roberton, was glad to see a brighter drier Wednesday after "many weeks of rain, snow and grey days".image source, Stephen Michaelimage captionDusk fell over Larbert as Stephen Michael walked his dog near the Forth Valley Hospital.image source, Annette Matthewsimage captionAnnette Matthews, from North Yorkshire, was on holiday in Oban when she took this photo of the Isle of Mull.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.