Page last updated at 10:59 GMT, Friday, 8 February 2008

Your Pictures: 1 Feb - 8 Feb

Snowboarder on the Nevis range

Steven McKenna took this action-packed shot on the Nevis Range in Fort William, which enjoyed some of its best conditions so far this year

Owl twisting its head

Things are looking up: James Harllee, from Virginia, USA, took this photograph of an owl during a visit to Campbeltown and Machrihanish in Kintyre

Looking up the inside of a pylon

Robert Smith, from Glenelg, took this unusual picture of a pylon that takes the power lines from the mainland to the Isle of Skye

Man standing next to stag

Paul Hughes was amazed that this stag allowed a human to get so close. Taken on the road just south of Glencoe

Toddler in the snow

Rachael Taylor captured her son Calum, who is almost two, enjoying his first experience of snow in Aden Park, Aberdeenshire

Iced-over steps

Watch your step: Arthur Miller captured this icy image on the water viaduct in Glen Lean, near Dunoon

Sheep on Lewis Moor

John Maclennan, from Stornoway, took this snap of the hardy black-faced sheep by a sheiling on a Lewis Moor

Logan and Felix

Where did he go? Young Felix loses his friend Logan during a game of hide-and-seek at Logan's birthday party. Taken by Logan's dad John Need

Snowy sunrise

This Shotts sunrise, with Tinto and a wind farm on the distant horizon, was taken by Aemon McIlvaney

Puppy on beach

Chewie the puppy enjoys a walk on Troon beach. Sent in by owners Melissa and Phil Jacobs

Linlithgow Palace

Alan Dickson got a different perspective of Linlithgow Palace on a February morning




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