Your pictures of Scotland: 30 December - 6 JanuaryPublished12 January 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, OtherImage caption, These hardy souls took part in Dunbar's Loony Dook to raise money for charity. Jim Hughes, from Edinburgh, sent in the photo. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, OtherImage caption, Slains Castle at Cruden Bay is thought to be the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Stewart Paul said there was no sign of any vampires.Image source, OtherImage caption, The navigation buoy was washed up on Prestwick beach during storms which reached 100mph in Scotland. Raymond Watson from Kilmarnock took the photo.Image source, OtherImage caption, The torchlight procession on Calton Hill, Edinburgh, was followed by a fireworks display. Alex Amato enjoyed it all despite the rain.Image source, OtherImage caption, Iona was upset to find her favourite conker tree at Kilmardinny Loch, Bearsden, had been blown over by strong winds. Dad Scott Morrison was on hand to cheer her up.Image source, OtherImage caption, The frosted fence and post were photographed by Neil Grant.Image source, OtherImage caption, Steven Moore, from Stirling, was there to see fireworks over the castle.Image source, OtherImage caption, A yacht was stranded on the shore at Lora View near Oban. Les Parsons, from Perth, ventured out when the storm had passed.Image source, OtherImage caption, Eddie Romeo explained the significance of the envelopes in Renfield St Stephen's Church, Glasgow. He said they make up the wings as angels are messengers.Image source, OtherImage caption, Christina Anderson, from Stonehaven, spotted this leopard outside His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen.Image source, OtherImage caption, Strong winds tossed these containers around in Greenock Ocean Terminal. As spotted by Tam Nugent from Inverkip.Image source, OtherImage caption, Weeks of rainfall caused the River Oich near Fort Augustus to flood surrounding land. Elina Shatalova from Glenmoriston surveyed the scene.Image source, OtherImage caption, About 45 people took part in Stonehaven's fireballs ceremony on New Year's Eve. Paul Mitchell took this photo along Main Street in the town.Image source, OtherImage caption, Uig on the Isle of Lewis was photographed by Mairi Maciver on New Year's Eve when the rain and wind subsided.Image source, OtherImage caption, It is hard to know if Buddha is happy covered in snow in Alex McSorley's garden in St Boswells.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.