Your pictures of Scotland: 20 - 27 JanuaryPublished27 January 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage sourceOtherimage captionDawn Miller, from Glenrothes, spotted this buzzard as the golfers in the background aimed for a birdie on the course. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage sourceOtherimage captionChinese new year was celebrated by Rui Chen from China. Colleague Shahida Syed baked the cupcake dragon for the party in Edinburgh.image sourceOtherimage captionA stroll through Bantaskine Park was enjoyed by Suzanne, Lennie and Kieran Emptage from Falkirk.image sourceOtherimage captionHigh seas made a splash in Wick Bay. Colin Fountain, from Caithness, said it is a typical day.image sourceOtherimage captionAndy Scott's "Arria" sculpture was photographed by Jennifer Nunn from Coatbridge.image sourceOtherimage captionMatt took this photo of the Kessock Bridge from the back deck of a survey boat. His wife Ruth Alexander sent it in.image sourceOtherimage captionFindhorn beach with the Northern Lights overhead. Gavin Carey, from Kinloss, thinks the villages of Wilkhaven and Balintore are in the distance.image sourceOtherimage captionEthan jumped off a tree stump on Monifieth beach while dad Grahame Conning, from Dundee, looked on.image sourceOtherimage captionA view of the Angus Glens from Gateside. Eric Niven, from Dundee, said the washing looked as if it was drying well in the breeze.image sourceOtherimage captionSnowdrops poked out among the dead leaves. Caroline Turnbull, from Ancrum, spotted them in Boleside, Galashiels.image sourceOtherimage captionEla Dzimitko and partner celebrated their anniversary with a trip from Edinburgh to Ben A'an.image sourceOtherimage captionThis colourful window on the Fife coast caught the attention of Tom Barnes from Glenrothes.image sourceOtherimage captionReres Wood at the tip of Leuchars Airfield in Fife with the Tay Estuary and Angus coast in the background. Jeannie Cooper thinks this looks like a Scottish version of the Caribbean.image sourceOtherimage captionTurnip time near Bankfoot, Perthshire, was photographed by Anne Deplano.image sourceOtherimage captionThe contrast between industry and leisure on a Sunday afternoon was captured by Scott Findlay from Aberdeen.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.