Your pictures of Scotland: 16 - 23 MarchPublished23 March 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Otherimage captionGlasgow Armadillo illuminated at night. Photo by Jeannie Mackenzie from Johnstone. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Otherimage captionThe platform at Weymss Bay train station was deserted during a visit by Colin Leck, from Greenock.image source, Otherimage captionRoy Whittaker, from Larbert, was out for a walk on Mother's Day when he took this photo at Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh.image source, Otherimage captionThe sun shone while Robert Hughes, from Barrhead, visited Rouken Glen park.image source, Otherimage captionRemnants of the old Glasgow Green railway station which closed in the 1950s. James Carson, from Glasgow, regrets not taking a picture before the facade was demolished on Tuesday.image source, Otherimage captionJohn Robertson paused on Ben Bheula to take in the view of Lochgoilhead. Eddie Shaw, from Ardrishaig, took the photo.image source, Otherimage captionSunshine had begun to melt the unshaded frost on a Perthshire hillside. Russell Eggleton, from Peebles, liked the pattern of the trees.image source, Otherimage captionRunners used the pedestrian walkway of the Tay Road Bridge on their run from Dundee to Fife and back. Ryan Gray, from Cupar, was at the "Fife end" of the bridge.image source, Otherimage captionA pair of swans swooped low at the foot of cliffs. Douglas Taylor, from Glasgow, took the photo from the courtyard of Culzean Castle in Ayrshire.image source, Otherimage captionA bridge over the River Tay was photographed by Robert Davidson from Coatbridge.image source, Otherimage captionAngela Milne, from Aberdeen, took a stroll along Stonehaven harbour.image source, Otherimage captionThe Japanese water garden at Stobo in Peeblesshire was photographed by Lee Grassick from West Lothian.image source, Otherimage captionSculptor Malcolm Robertson, on the left, oversaw the installation of his Cunard inspired "Endeavour" by the A8 at Port Glasgow on Wednesday. Photo by Thomas Nugent from Inverkip.image source, Otherimage captionTilling on farmland combined with the dry Moray climate and high westerly winds mean dust storms occur each March. Peter Jones, from Moray, had his windows firmly closed.image source, Otherimage captionAlison Baker paused on West Sands St Andrews. Paul Melone, from Edinburgh, said the wind and light were 'spectacular'.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.