Your pictures of Scotland: 14 - 21 DecemberPublished21 December 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Ingrid DeschryverImage caption, Loch Carron, the loch, was photographed by Ingrid Deschryver from Lochcarron, the village. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Robert DavidsonImage caption, South Queensferry RNLI lifeboat was called to Cramond Island in the Firth of Forth on Sunday when people became stranded because of the incoming tide. Robert Davidson, from Coatbridge, said all were recovered safely.Image source, Ken RossImage caption, Mince pies and a dram were the order of the day for Ken Ross, from Inverness, and Moray mountaineering club when they stopped off at Loch a' Bhraoin bothy.Image source, Duncan BoothImage caption, Paragliding above Pressendye, Tarland, gave Duncan Booth this view of Aberdeenshire.Image source, Iain RooneyImage caption, Sunrise through a frosty windscreen by Iain Rooney from Cellardyke.Image source, Kathleen WaterhouseImage caption, Kathleen Waterhouse saw the Falkirk Wheel covered in lights at dusk.Image source, David FraserImage caption, Mid-December and Struan prepared to serve ice cream at an activity park in Deeside. Dad David Fraser said he later went on a Santa sleigh ride.Image source, GillianImage caption, Gillian visited the festive fair in Edinburgh. Dad Tony Kingsley said: "I think they are quite good, but then I am biased."Image source, Amanda CummingImage caption, Waves breaking on the harbour wall during the "perfect storm" of 15 December. Photo by Amanda Cumming from Stonehaven.Image source, Duncan BlackImage caption, The harbour at Portmahomack on 15 December. Duncan Black, from Portmahomack, said the wall is 200 years old.Image source, Rob MacKayImage caption, Calm as the sun set on 16 December. Rob MacKay, from Hopeman in Morayshire, said all was peaceful the day after the "massive tide and swell".Image source, Ashutosh ChandraImage caption, A snowman in Fountain Park caught the eye of Ashutosh Chandra from Edinburgh.Image source, Ann PettigrewImage caption, Ann Pettigrew's view of Pitlessie from the Balcony Road in Fife.Image source, Gordon GauldImage caption, Ice formed on a burn in Rannoch Moor. Photo by Gordon Gauld from Glenrothes.Image source, Michael StevensonImage caption, Michael, wife Caroline and baby Travis, from Edinburgh, visited The Dome for the inaugural visit of a new Stevenson family Christmas tradition.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.