Your pictures of Scotland: 4 - 11 JanuaryPublished15 January 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, David McGrathImage caption, David McGrath admired sunset over Cramond. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Carolynn MaloneImage caption, An early morning walk above Gairloch was followed by a much needed cup of tea for Carolynn Malone from Coatbridge.Image source, Leslie RossImage caption, Paul Sorrie competed in the Scottish Inter-District race in Holyrood, Edinburgh. Photo by Leslie Ross.Image source, Joe BrycelandImage caption, A climb of 1,337ft to the summit of Knockhill, near Huntly, and Aimee: "still has the energy for gymnastics", said dad Joe Bryceland.Image source, B J MaddenImage caption, Brian Madden's son saw this red-legged partridge about 3ft from their front door in Dunoon. An apt festive visitor.Image source, Kirsten KnightImage caption, Kirsten Knight from Kintore, Aberdeenshire, made good use of the new camera she received for Christmas.Image source, Gordon HeaneyImage caption, The metal mermaid sculpture on the A80 was photographed by Gordon Heaney, from Hamilton, after a trek through a cemetery.Image source, Susan LambImage caption, Eilidh, James and Alastair admired a rainbow from their grandparents house in Duror, Argyll. Picture by mum Susan Lamb from Cambuslang.Image source, Alan SutherlandImage caption, "Poachers beware!" Alan Sutherland noticed this sign in a cottage in Milltown of Rothiemay while on a family holiday.Image source, Andrew NicolImage caption, Fungal Road in Birse, Aboyne, was photographed by Andrew Nicol from Glasgow.Image source, Kenny McAdamImage caption, Sunrise over the Ayrshire coast. Kenny McAdam, from Rothesay, was on the Isle of Bute early in the morning.Image source, Doreen DonachieImage caption, Eight-week-old Dalmatian pup, Alfie, did his best Doctor Who impression. Photo by Doreen Donachie from Dundee.Image source, NAomi BuchananImage caption, Naomi Buchanan sat back-to-back with giant panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo.Image source, Bob SinclairImage caption, Loke Viking and oil rig GSF Arctic III were photographed off the coast of Nairn by Bob Sinclair from Whitehills.Image source, David WilsonImage caption, Spirits were high during a hike up Ben Vrackie for charity. David Wilson, from Falkirk, organises the hike every year and said the weather allowed a great view of Perthshire and the Highlands.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.