Your pictures of Scotland: 6 - 13 JanuaryPublished18 January 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, OtherImage caption, Joni Macdonald, from Edinburgh, said Eddie "showed he is not the world's strongest man". 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, Competitors in the Edinburgh International Cross Country Women's 6K were cheered on by Michael Dolan.Image source, OtherImage caption, Reamonn Lenkas, from Inverness, stopped to savour the view at the top of Cairngorm when he reached the summit.Image source, OtherImage caption, A hawthorn hedge was the launch pad for this kestrel. Walter Baxter, from Galashiels, spotted it by the roadside in the Borders.Image source, OtherImage caption, Clatchard Quarry with Newburgh and the River Tay in the background. Edward Ross, from Newburgh, suggested "hollow hill" as a title for the photo.Image source, OtherImage caption, Had this bowling green been converted to a duck pond at Lochinch Police Club in Glasgow? The aftermath of heavy rain was snapped by James Campbell.Image source, OtherImage caption, A full moon rose over Bass Rock and the Firth of Forth. The unusual stillness and lack of wind were photographed by Ian Henderson.Image source, OtherImage caption, Glasgow City Chambers was snapped at night by Ian Macleod.Image source, OtherImage caption, Karen Winning was up with the birds to enjoy sunrise over Loch Lomond near Luss.Image source, OtherImage caption, Terry Jack saw this stained glass window in Edinburgh's City Chambers.Image source, OtherImage caption, Stormy weather exposed more of these concrete blocks on Dumbarnie Links, east of Lower Largo. Stuart Donaldson, from Fife, said they are World War II anti-tank defences.Image source, OtherImage caption, Elie harbour was photographed by George Gordon from Fife.Image source, OtherImage caption, Gary and Margaret Forsyth, from Bathgate, went scuba diving in Loch Fyne where the water was a balmy 10C. Meanwhile, a blizzard was blowing at the Rest and Be Thankful.Image source, OtherImage caption, Members of East Kilbride Athletic Club's Tartan Army received an award from UK Athletics for their support of the GB and NI Cross Country team in Europe.Image source, OtherImage caption, A fallen tree in Balloch Castle Country Park was photographed by Kathleen McAuley. Photo sent in by her fiancée Andrew Bell.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.