Aurora borealis makes a rainbow of Scotland skies
28 February 2014 Last updated at 17:28 GMT
The aurora borealis or Northern Lights are one of nature's most incredible light shows.
Stargazers who braved the cold on Thursday night were rewarded with one of the best displays in years.
The colour and movement is caused by charged atomic particles from the sun colliding with the earth's atmosphere.
BBC Scotland's Kevin Keane has been looking at some of the pictures you took.