2 December 2010
Last updated at 12:39
In front of Wendy the dog, the snow clouds gather over the North Sea and St Andrews. Sent in by Cameron Campbell.
John Hood photographed his son Harvey and his new friend in their garden in Cowdenbeath.
Helen Blair photographed the scene outside her house in Buckie, after she had cleared the path.
The snow is coming, Michael Newton was walking in the Pentlands and captured the snow storm over Edinburgh.
Still running, the Lanark train at Uddingston railway station, taken by Ian Millar.
A winter afternoon, Steve Phillips took this picture of the sun going down at Lamancha near West Linton.
Finlay getting some fresh air in Oakbank, Perth, before the snow comes on again, sent in by Shirley Davidson.
Charles Woodford said this was the only way to clear the street. Taken in Graeme Place, Falkirk, during a blizzard.
Ian Forshaw from Torphichen said his cats, Charlie and Lola, didn't fancy venturing out.
Alex Gilfillan from Crossgates in Fife said the patio furniture is not much use at the moment, so he thought he would make it a bit more festive.
The Scott Monument in Edinburgh gets a bright new neighbour. Photographed by Neil Morey.
Peter Braidwood from Dunblane sent in this picture of the igloo built by his children, Jamie and Emma, complete with welcoming fire.
Sculptor Antony Gormley's statue outside Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh is even more buried because of the snow, says Craig Stewart.
Not going anywhere, Andrew Smith took this picture of cars covered by snow near Cairngorm.
The only way to get about - Lego skis, taken by Kirstin Bannon from Broughty Ferry.
Margaret Stewart took this picture of the icicles on her house in Dunblane, looking towards Sherriffmuir.