Your Pictures of Scotland: 11-18 February

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image captionDouglas Christie-Scott from Aberdour took this photo of Black Sands, Fife, through the gap between two dry-dock boats while out for a walk at sunset with his wife and son. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image captionThis misty photo was taken near the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh by Gerrold Kuijpers from Milnathort.
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image captionRachel Jones caught these raindrops on a plant during an afternoon walk in Glenrothes.
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image captionThis cairn near Knock Fell was spotted by Andy Farrington.
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image captionMegan Combe, from Edinburgh, snapped boyfriend Alan walking by Kenmore Hill, Perthshire, when the dry weather made the views even more spectacular.
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image captionVictoria Younger from Newton Mearns took this photo of her kitten, Princess, sunning herself on a rare sunny afternoon. Not to be left out, Corrie the border collie decided to stick his nose in.
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image captionThis picture of a runaway balloon over the roofs in the west end of Glasgow on Valentine's Day was taken by Stella Russon who lives in the city.
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image captionLinsay MacDonald, from Glasgow, was walking through the forest at Roseisle Beach near Elgin when she took this photo.
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image captionHoney the golden retriever on Beinn Dubh with the village of Luss in the background, taken by Jamie Munro.
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image captionRichard Wright from Inverness saw a heavy swell creating huge breakers pounding the entrance to Latheronwheel Harbour, Caithness.
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image captionThis night-time shot of Arria, the metal mermaid watching over Cumbernauld was taken by Kat Norrby, from Glenboig.
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image captionPeter Beattie was on Princes Street, Edinburgh, when he saw these Welsh rugby fans. He said they made everyone smile.
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image captionDonald Morrison took this photo from the summit of Ben Tianavaig, near Portree, on the Isle of Skye.
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image captionThis fleet of boats in Pittenweem Harbour, Fife, caught the eye of Stevie Burns from Glasgow.
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image captionLes Ross was home for the weekend for her mother's 85th birthday and went out for a walk along Rogie Falls, Contin.

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