Your Pictures of Scotland: 26 Nov - 3 Dec

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Now you see me. Cammy Reith from Hawick sent in this picture of his cat Snowy, almost camouflaged by the snow.
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Last rose of the summer still hanging on, photographed by Jackie Macadam from Edinburgh.
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This photograph of a stretching swan on a frozen Tannoch Loch, Milngavie, was taken by Linda Brazewell.
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Anne Jeyes from Glasgow captured this image of a snow duck and dog in the city's West end.
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Graeme Wedge took this wintry scene from his boat on the River Tay.
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Peter Hill took this picture from his office in East Lothian right next to the A1 during a respite from the heavy snow showers.
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Elgin Cathedral in the snow, taken from the banks of the River Lossie by Alan Tough.
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Mark Young said he took this photo of a lovely red sky over the Hamilton skyline with County Buildings silhouetted in the background.
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Rob Ware said that while the east of Scotland has fared badly, in Skye they have had some great days this week.
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Shona Kinniburgh liked the colour contrast between the The Old Templeton Carpet Factory on Glasgow Green and the snow.
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Winter dog. Dutch Rukowski captured this picture of a husky in the snow.
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First sledging trip for Emma, with brothers, Alan and David. Mum, Debbie Baxter said she loved it.
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Julie Ruzgar from South Queensferry took this shot looking across to the Forth Bridge while out walking her dog along the Kirk Lane.
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Ken Fergus sent in this picture of St Andrews Church in Brechin in the winter sun.
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Lynn Hagan photographed the icicles on her house on Hazledene Road in Aberdeen.
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Fiona Lang took this picture from the members block at the Scottish Parliament building at dusk on 2 December.