Your pictures of Scotland: 16-23 January

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image source, Luis Alguero
image captionLoch Arklet and the Trossachs. Luis Alguero, from Glasgow, was there on Sunday. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image source, Ian Lockhart
image captionAfternoon sun over Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. Ian Lockhart, who now lives in Beijing, was on a visit home to Scotland.
image source, David Gunn
image captionLife imitated art or was it the other way round? Harris built his first snowman of the year with dad David Gunn from Glasgow.
image source, Brian Cairns
image captionTree guards caught the setting sun. Brian Cairns spotted them by the Skytower sculpture in Rawyards woodland park, Airdrie.
image source, Duncan Willmore
image captionDuncan Willmore and his wife travelled to the Three Sisters in Glen Coe, from Devon, to see "proper snow".
image source, Clive Coffey
image captionClive Coffey, from Katesbridge in Northern Ireland, was visiting family in Lerwick at the weekend.
image source, Peter McPhail
image captionA secluded beach on the Isle of Mull. Peter McPhail, from Edinburgh, was amazed at the detail in this miniature Tobermory.
image source, Hazeelin Hassan
image captionHazeelin Hassan, from Surrey, came across this frozen loch in Craigellachie Nature Reserve, Aviemore.
image source, Megan Mackie
image captionMegan Mackie, from Forgandenny, found this wedge of frozen mud near Strathallen school.
image source, Morag Hambleton
image captionA walk along the shore in Broughty Ferry rewarded Morag Hambleton with this view.
image source, Thomas Donachie
image captionAn aircraft is defrosted at Glasgow airport on Saturday. Photo by Thomas Donachie from Renfrew.
image source, Roy Whittaker
image captionA tree near Linlithgow. Roy Whittaker, from Larbert, said it was the only one with icicles.
image source, Graeme Stirling
image captionSunrise over Leith on Tuesday morning. Photo by Graeme Stirling.
image source, Karen Howat
image captionA snow bunting joined Karen Howat, from Dundee, as she stopped for lunch on her way to the summit of Cairngorm on Saturday.
image source, Graham Gibson
image captionGlencoe was a chilly -9C on Monday according to Graham Gibson from Ayrshire.

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