Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 JanuaryPublished16 January 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Robin Campbellimage captionDuart Castle on the Isle of Mull. Robin Campbell, from Broughty Ferry, was there at the start of the year. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Keith McBainimage captionKeith McBain was on a family walk through a frozen flooded field near Balmore, Glasgow, when he saw these "strange winter creatures".image source, Eric Nivenimage captionSunlight illuminated melting snow in Dundee. Eric Niven was out for a walk on Tuesday.image source, John Dyerimage captionGlasgow's Finnieston Crane is reflected in the Hydro. John Dyer, from Motherwell, called the scene 'old reflected on new'.image source, Alan Hiddlestonimage captionA view of Ben Alder from Geal Charn at Drumochter. Alan Hiddleston, from Larkhall, was on a hill walking trip.image source, Bill Cameronimage captionBill Cameron from Lochaber took this picture as a flock of goats stopped traffic in Glen Shiel.image source, Craig Hunterimage captionA Sunday morning walk rewarded Craig Hunter with this sunrise over Garmond, Aberdeenshire.image source, Emilie Van Campimage captionEmilie Van Camp lived in the Highlands before moving to London and said: "I miss it tremendously".image source, Harriet Ballimage captionHarriet Ball, from Glasgow, was in Glen Coe on Saturday.image source, George Milliganimage captionHazel and Hyde enjoyed the wintry weather on the Eildon Hills with dad George Milligan from Earlston.image source, Mark Griersonimage captionMark Grierson, from Edinburgh, sent in this photo of Mosspaul.image source, Euan Fisherimage captionThe burning of the Viking longboat was the highpoint of Scalloway fire festival in Shetland. Euan Fisher, from Dunblane, watched the procession.image source, Linda Raynerimage captionStormy seas off the Ayrshire coast on Wednesday. Photo by Linda Rayner from Troon.image source, Rob Wareimage captionMoonlight over Beinn Sgritheall and Loch Hourn. Rob Ware, from Ord, was at Sabhal Mor Ostaig on the Isle of Skye.image source, Scott Taylorimage captionThe Miller oil platform is just visible through low lying fog on the North Sea. Photo by Scott Taylor from Stirling.image source, Preston Westwickimage captionPreston Westwick's sons survey Ben Arthur, also known as The Cobbler, at Arrochar.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.