Your pictures of Scotland: 10 - 17 February

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Image caption, This view of the Forth bridges from Rosyth was taken by Abi Rose. 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 caption, Claire Macdonald, from Aberdeen, was so taken with the view from her sister-in-law's new house on the Isle of Skye that she decided to share it.
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Image caption, Lead work on the steeple of St John's Church in Perth from the top of the church tower. Bill Morrison, from Wirral, said the sheets bear the names of the tradesmen who worked on the building and are dated 1767.
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Image caption, The sun cast long shadows on the beach at Broughty Ferry. Tom Morrow's daughter Beth traced the outlines of the family in the sand.
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Image caption, Snowdrops by Starlight at Cambo House Estate near St Andrews. Photo by David Cooper from Glenrothes.
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Image caption, The village of Culross with Grangemouth in the distance. Pete Gaskin, from Edinburgh, was struck by the scenic view.
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Image caption, Simon took a rest after an afternoon skiing in Glencoe. He had driven up with Peter Sweeney from Glasgow.
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Image caption, One trip to the Riverside Museum in Glasgow was not enough for Jamie Nicolson, from East Calder, who went back at night to take more photos of the Tall Ship.
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Image caption, Kayaking under the Cromarty Firth road bridge was a day out for Neil Gray from Dingwall.
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Image caption, A game of five-a-side football in Ibrox on the day it was announced Rangers Football Club had applied to go into administration, Gary Cousins, from Glasgow, noted the fans' protest just beyond the fence.
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Image caption, Summer approaches on Portobello beach. Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, wrapped up warm as it is still February.
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Image caption, A lichen by Loch Creran was snapped by Ken Dickson from Derby.
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Image caption, Sunrise over Dunnottar Castle, near Stonehaven, was captured by Michael Moverley.
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Image caption, A red squirrel visited Kirsty Morris's garden by Kinnoull Woods, Perth.
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Image caption, Valentine's Day sunset over Howwood. David Blackwood, from Johnstone, thought the colours were appropriate for the day.

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