Your Pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 Jan

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Mehul Ruparel from Glasgow took this photograph of his wife Nikita on a frozen Loch Nah-Achlaise while heading to Glencoe for a visit.
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A flock of seagulls fly over the River Don estuary. Picture sent in by Mariusz Pospiech from Aberdeen.
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Stornoway Harbour is cloaked in a blanket of mist. Picture taken by Andrew Mosley from Argyll.
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Grace Smith from Sanquhar in south west Scotland woke to find this feathered fellow peering in her bedroom window.
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An express train thunders through a snow-covered Musselburgh station. Picture taken by Jennifer Clarke from Edinburgh.
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Jonathon Rudall, from Edinburgh, took this photo at the Innocent Railway Tunnel beside Arthur's Seat while sheltering from the rain with his friend Ulysse.
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This image was snapped by Elad Vartikovski while he was having lunch at Duck Bay Marina at Loch Lomond.
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Gary Gilbert, from Larkhall, took this shot of star trails around Polaris at St.Ninians Auld Kirkyard in Stonehouse.
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Kerry Smith from Glasgow took this impressive shot of her boyfriend Ryan as they walked in the snow in the Trossachs.
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This blue tit in the snow was taken by Angela Roberts, who lives in Blackburn, Aberdeenshire.
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This impressive view of Kippford beach in south west Scotland was captured by John Kirk from Georgetown in Dumfries.
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A tranquil scene meets skiers at the top of Glenshee's Butchats run. Photograph by Ewen Chalmers from East Kilbride.
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Ian McFarlane snapped this goose having a one-legged nap on the slip at Gourock.
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The majestic Arrochar Alps form a snowy backdrop to Loch Katrine in the Trossachs. Picture taken by Garry Bryant.

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