Your Pictures of Scotland: 31 Dec - 7 Jan

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"I found this crustacean covered welly whilst walking on Black Sands beach Aberdour," says Andy Ballantyne from Fife. He adds: "I wonder how long it has been in the sea and from where it came - perhaps it belongs to a "savvy pirate" from the Black Pearl."
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Roman from Westertown in Aberdeenshire was lucky enough to capture the partial solar eclipse from his home.
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The herring girl statue at Stornoway Harbour on the Isle of Lewis was pictured by Gordon Macrae.
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Ajay Kumar snapped wintry pictures in Hamilton, including this snow-laden tree in front of a stone-pillared building.
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Ballater church in a light snow fall - snapped on Alan Clark's way home from a New Year's walk at Loch Muick.
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Gary Cousin from Newton Mearns pictured the Rangers and Celtic colours placed in tribute at the memorial to the victims of the Ibrox disaster.
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Chris from Glasgow says he took this view of Loch Morlich after skiing in the Cairngorms.
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"These three synchronised geese were happy on the only bit of unfrozen water on St Margaret's Loch in Holyrood Park," says Margherita Still, from Edinburgh.
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A piece of art? Susan Godlington from Elgin spotted this "mini iceberg" in Findhorn.
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The sun struggles to make an appearance over the beach at Abderdeen. Picture taken by Alan Davie from Aberdeen.
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New Year fireworks displayed over the cathedral in Inverness as pictured by Graham Cummings.
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Freeze frame - John Hulland from Edinburgh took this picture of the Forth Bridge on what he says was one of the coldest days of year.
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"Who said icicles have to go up and down," says Colleen MacGregor. She added: "These odd horizontal icicles were spotted by seven-year-old Jenny from Dunbar when we went out for a walk on a very cold day."
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"I was driving into work along the beach in Aberdeen during a glorious sunrise so stopped to take a few photos," says Chris Jappy. He adds: "It shows the Girdleness Lighthouse and harbour entrance under a vivid red sky."
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A bright round winter moon over Blaven in the Cuillin Mountains - snapped by Rob Ware from the Isle of Skye.