Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 February


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 and 15 February. Send your photos to or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightStephen Leitch
image captionThe sun rising over the beautiful ruins of Elgin Cathedral. Stephen Leitch says it was known as the lantern of the north in its pre-Reformation days.
image copyrightDavid Majsterek
image captionDavid Majsterek took last weekend while out a walk. It is the golf course in North Berwick, looking towards the Bass Rock, with some oyster catchers running about the greens.
image copyrightCarol Macdonald
image captionThis picture of the Necropolis in Glasgow was taken by Carol Macdonald.
image copyrightDavid Wilkinson
image captionDavid Wilkinson was visiting Dundee on Monday and captured this unusual angle of the Tay Road Bridge from a position at the top of Dundee Law.
image copyrightWilliam Cameron
image captionWilliam Cameron calls this photo "Reflections by Letter Finlay, Loch Lochy".
image copyrightMark Kirkland
image captionMark Kirkland took this photo of his friend Pete at Loch Leven, Glencoe. He said: "One of the most beautiful dive sites in the country, I think."
image copyrightBrendan Scullion
image captionBrendan Scullion took this photo of a fox in Glen Douglas near Arrochar.
image copyrightJulie Ross
image captionJulie Ross says there were breathtaking views of Edinburgh, including the castle, while walking around the Salisbury Crags and Arthur’s Seat on Sunday afternoon,
image copyrightMark Maloy
image captionMark Maloy from Forres took this photo of three wild otters in Moray,
image copyrightPhil Thompson
image captionPhil Thompson took this picture of his son Finn, on top of Ben A'an on Sunday.
image copyrightMarcos Monteferrante
image captionMarcos Monteferrante says he left Venezuela 11 years ago fell in love with Scotland. He lives in Aberdeen but loves to visit Edinburgh. "This time I managed to take a snapshot of the fire of the cannon at 1 o’clock," he said.
image copyrightYvonne Miller
image captionCaerlaverock Castle in Dumfries and Galloway, taken by Yvonne Miller.
image copyrightGill Shand
image captionGill Shand took this photo during a during a beautiful walk at Appin in Argyll.
image copyrightMatthew Caulfield
image captionScotland's finest mountain?, asks Matthew Caulfield. Buachaille Etive Mòr (Stob Dearg) with a fresh dusting of overnight snow, and the River Etive from the new Kingshouse Hotel in Glen Coe.
image copyrightRoy Whittaker
image captionThe Samye Ling Victory Stupa in the grounds of the Kagyu Same Ling Monastery and Tibetan Centre, Eskdalemuir. Taken by Roy Whittaker.
image copyrightWilliam Hardie
image captionWilliam Hardie, from San Carlos in California, went to Murrayfield to watch Scotland play Ireland. He captured this scene at the Murrayfield stadium bar. "I thought the only scrums were on the pitch," he said.
image copyrightFraser Gallacher
image captionFraser Gallacher took this photo of Loch Morlich thawing out after a spell of cold weather this week. "The effects were stunning on a very windy morning," he said.
image copyrightJulian Paren
image captionJulian Paren took this picture of the view to Skye from viewpoint on the Plock of Kyle.
image copyrightJennifer Chinn
image caption"My cockapoo on Stirling golf course," says Jennifer Chinn.
image copyrightLorraine Edwardson
image captionView from Oban harbour on a beautiful winter's day. Taken by Lorraine Edwardson.
image copyrightJulie Kerr
image caption"It felt like spring walking up Conic Hill in Balmaha," said Julie Kerr.
image captionCollies having a breather in Drumpellier Park, near Coatbridge. Photo by John Mcguigan.
image copyrightDebbie Hindle
image captionThere were lots of photo of snowdrops this week. This was the only one which incorporated Valentine's Day. Debbie Hindle and Lesley Morrison took this at their community garden in Kelvingrove Square in Glasgow.
image copyrightChris Murray
image caption"I was heading up a mountain to the north of Loch Leven, but the view south over the water towards the Ballachulish horseshoe ridge was what caught the eye," says Chris Murray.

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