Your Pictures of Scotland: 24 Dec - 31 Dec

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image captionJim Braid sent in this photograph, which he took on Boxing Day, of the sunrise from his daughter's house at Redcloak Park, Stonehaven.
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image captionGraham C Laird from Wishaw managed to capture this pheasant looking for food in his back garden, watched by a squirrel.
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image captionGordon McConnell took this atmospheric picture of the Titan crane in Clydebank on Christmas Eve. He says you can just about make out the Erskine bridge in the background.
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image captionBrian Turner from Dunbar said that as East Links Family Park is closed to visitors at the moment, these young llamas amused themselves by playing in the snow.
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image captionTommy Daly from Helensburgh was out walking his dog above Rhu when he took this picture of a very wintry scene.
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image captionMurray Sim took this photo in Kelvingrove Park on Christmas Day looking toward the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, before heading for Christmas dinner with his family in Finnieston.
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image captionGordon Baird from Dundee sent in this picture of an oil rig which is currently berthed in Dundee for a re-fit. He said he took the photo just as the sun was going down.
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image captionScott Graham from Selkirk was photographed sheltering from the snow under an old fallen tree.
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image captionOn a trip out to Edinburgh Zoo on Boxing Day, Norma Kennedy managed to snap this otter with its lunch.
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image captionJohn Archibald sent in this picture of some of the younger members of the Haddington Pipe Band having a snowball fight near Gifford.
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image captionIain MacKay said he thought this shot of the frozen River Tweed at Peebles was rather amusing at this time of year.
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image captionGrant Gibson from Elderslie photographed this winter scene of a Highland cow searching for something to eat amongst the snow at Gleniffer Braes Country Park.
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image captionAlistair Nelson said he was out and about with his dog around Gartmorn dam in the Forth valley when he took this picture of these swans, he said it was very chilly.
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image captionGraeme Watson took this photograph of a poor frozen Azalea in his back garden at the Bridge of Don in Aberdeen.
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image captionSpot the fox - Elaine Sneddon from West Linton said the fox ran right across this frozen pond on Christmas Day and totally ignored all the pheasants. She said he must have already had his Christmas lunch.
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image captionAlan Wilson from Callander sent in this photo of friends having fun on Lake of Menteith on Christmas Day.
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image captionArthur Bruce photographed the winter sunset at Tibbermore, near Perth, on 30 December.

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