This blue tit coming in to land on a bird feeder was taken in a wood near Hurlford, Ayrshire, by James McKinna.
This dramatic photo of Stirling Castle rising from the mist was taken by Stewart Millar, who lives in the city.
Sisters Tink and Bramble watching "Lambing Live", sent in by Susan Hall, from Inverebrie, Ellon.
Mehul Ruparel stopped at Connel on the way to Oban to admire this sunset. He said these men had their hip flasks out and stood there for over an hour contemplating and admiring the scene.
This fox cub was taken into Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Centre, Ayrshire, after being found alone in a Jordanhill garden. Gay Christie, from the centre, said it has taken to the bottle well.
Elad Vartikovski said he stopped on his commute home to catch the colours of the sunset behind this platform. It was taken from the footpath on the Forth Road Bridge.
Gillian Boll came across this bird surveying its options in East Kilbride.
This image of a still and calm Loch Lomond, with the reflections of the snow covered hills, was taken from Ross Priory on the south side of Loch Lomond by David Upton, of Gartocharn, Dunbartonshire.
Grant Hutton, from Greenock, took this photo of a ptarmigan on the slopes of Ben Chonzie in Perthshire.
Jeannie Cooper sent us this photo of a Highland calf near Kinnordy Loch in Kirriemuir. She said: "It looked to be having a bit of a daydream in the sun, but I think the duck in the background was up to all sorts of mischief."
This night shot of Eilean Donan castle was taken from the bridge at Dornie by Andrew McHale, from Fort William.
Mark Parry, from Morningside, took this stunning shot from the top of Blackford Hill in Edinburgh.
This little mouse lives in Joyce Munro's garden wall in Dunfermiline. "It has become braver over the winter and now happily shares the bird food, " she said. "The blackbirds are not sure what to make of it though."
This shot, entitled "On top of the world", was taken by Andy Currie at Glenshee.
Iveta Hrda, from Slovakia, took ths photo of Loch Lomond. She said a street lamp was illuminating the foreground.
Despite the temperature of Loch Eshort, Isle of Skye, Rob Ware said his two Spanish water dogs, Dali and Seve, love to play in the surf at the beach "acting like Scottish kangaroos".