Your pictures of Scotland: 11-18 DecemberPublished18 December 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightVal Hodgkinsonimage captionVal Hodgkinson, from Lochcarron, was in Achintraid looking towards Kishorn and the Applecross Hills. Send your pictures to email@example.com copyrightAleks Marekimage captionMackerel clouds over Ben A'an. Aleks Marek was there on Saturday.image copyrightJane McWhirrimage captionThese visitors to Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens are part of the city's winter festival. Photo by Jane McWhirr.image copyrightBill Meikleimage captionFrost on Bill Meikle's car roof in Birgham, Scottish Borders.image copyrightChirag Dedhiaimage captionReflections on a bauble in Aberdeen's Christmas village. Photo by Chirag Dedhia.image copyrightStephen Lawrieimage captionEilean Donan Castle. Stephen Lawrie, from Airdrie, was on his way to the Isle of Skye.image copyrightEwan Kaneimage captionEwan Kane watched a geminid over Whitelee wind farm.image copyrightAdrian Winnardimage captionThe River Tweed on a frosty Sunday morning was photographed by Adrian Winnard from Innerleithen.image copyrightJames Townsendimage captionThe sheep realised they had company when James Townsend, from Edinburgh, went to watch the sunset at Neist Point on the Isle of Skye.image copyrightValerie Peglerimage captionThis canary broom began flowering in Valerie Pegler's garden, in Livingston, and froze the following weekend.image copyrightAllan Maciverimage captionAllan Maciver stopped on the road to Killen, while on a trip to Fortrose, on Wednesday.image copyrightRhona Irvineimage captionSpider webs in Glasgow. Photo by Rhona Irvine from Bearsden.image copyrightThomas Lavelleimage captionThomas Lavelle was at The Brack, in Argyll, on Sunday.image copyrightAnne Sangsterimage captionAnne Sangster took this photo of Scots pine trees on a sunny morning in the Black Isle.image copyrightHassan Rizviimage captionHassan Rizvi, from Glasgow, walked Sgor Gaoith on Sunday,image copyrightAlan C Toughimage captionStar trails over Duffus Castle on Saturday night. Photo by Alan C Tough from Elgin.image copyrightIain Rooneyimage captionIain Rooney watched the East Neuk of Fife's annual charity Santa fun run along Elie beach.image copyrightDavid Boydimage captionSunset over Creag Meagaidh between Aviemore and Fortwilliam. David Boyd, from Aberdeen, had spent the day walking through soft knee-deep snow.image copyrightAlex Roseimage captionAlex Rose said this was his first sighting of a red squirrel in Dollar Glen, Clackmannanshire, in 20 years.image copyrightJames Deansimage captionThe Forth Road Bridge was shrouded in mist on Sunday. Photo by James Deans from Livingston.image copyrightRichard Lewisimage captionSt Ninian's Isle, Shetland, an hour before sunset. Photo by Richard Lewis.image copyrightRab Stewartimage captionMallard ducks made their way through an icy Cuilc pond. Photo by Rab Stewart from Pitlochry.image copyrightMarc Hiltonimage captionThe Aurora Borealis over Rhue, near Ullapool. Photo by Marc Hilton.image copyrightHeather Hartleyimage captionHeather Hartley, from Edinburgh, took this photo of the Forth rail bridge on Sunday.image copyrightSarah Wilsonimage captionSarah Wilson, from Ballater, walked alongside the River Dee on Monday.image copyrightPeter Watkinsimage captionGlasgow's Gallery of Modern Art. Peter Watkins, from West Kilbride, was there on Saturday.image copyrightBill Cameronimage captionBill Cameron, from Lochaber, watched two stags clash by Loch Arkaig.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.