Your pictures of Scotland 21-28 MarchPublished28 March 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Rob JonesImage caption, This bird's eye view of Edinburgh Castle with Arthur's Seat in the distance was taken by Rob Jones who was working on some time-lapse photography. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Kathleen HamiltonImage caption, Kathleen Hamilton said this Highland cow, in a field on the banks of the River Dee, actually moved towards her for its close-up.Image source, Thomas DonachieImage caption, Thomas Donachie from Renfrew took this stunning sunset shot at Glasgow Airport.Image source, Katherine FotheringhamImage caption, This photo of the Aberdeen FC Cup parade on Union Street was taken by Katherine Fotheringham whose eight-year-old son had been to the final.Image source, Greg CrawfordImage caption, Greg Crawford said he got up early to grab this image of sunrise at the Forth bridges, taken from Port Edgar Marina.Image source, Angela PetersImage caption, Wild ponies on Traprain Law in East Lothian enjoying the view. Angela Peters took the photo while out jogging. "It was freezing, but the clear sky made for a beautiful view at the top," she said.Image source, Claire BamfordImage caption, Alfie the seven-year-old Weimaraner jumps over daffodils at Lochgoilhead, Argyll, while on a caravan holiday with his owner Claire Bamford from Kilmarnock.Image source, Peppe GarippaImage caption, The sun rises over the Tay estuary with Tentsmuir Forest on the right and the islet Lucky Scalp in the foreground. Taken by Peppe Garippa from his front doorImage source, Kay StevensonImage caption, Tilly, a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, enjoying the sunset on Irvine beach. Photo by Kay Stevenson.Image source, Jonathan WalshImage caption, This picture showing the Water of Leith running through the Dean Village in Edinburgh was taken by Jonathan Walsh, on what he says was probably the sunniest day of the year so farImage source, Julius CardewImage caption, Julius Cardew was looking at the North Star from Queen's View near PitlochryImage source, Ross JohnstonImage caption, After an early start Ross Johnston from Edinburgh caught the sun through the trees while cycling at Glentress.Image source, Graeme ConlonImage caption, Graeme Conlon spotted this young deer on the banks of Falkirk canal while out walking.Image source, Kerr StuartImage caption, Kerr Stuart took this photo of Linlithgow Palace while walking round the loch with his wife. He said it "looked fabulous in the spring sunlight".Image source, Kenny Divers Image caption, Kenny Divers from Cambuslang, snapped this "inquisitive foxy lady" while walking on the banks of the Clyde.Image source, Colin ScottImage caption, Barney "the snow dog" enjoying a fine view over to Ben Lomond on his Sunday stroll up Ben Vane. Photo by Colin Scott, from Glasgow.Image source, Darren BroganImage caption, Darren Brogan, from Dunfermline, said he took this picture on Cramond Island as the tide was coming in and managed to grab this long exposure shot before his feet got wet.Image source, Stephen SpeirsImage caption, The ski patrol shed at Glencoe Mountain Resort starts to emerge from the deep snow after being buried in February. Buachaille Etive Mòr and Ben Nevis are in the background. Photo by Stephen Speirs.Image source, Keith ProvenImage caption, Keith Proven from Cupar in Fife said it was lucky he was standing upwind when he took this picture of muck spreading at Torr of Moonzie.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.