Your pictures of Scotland

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 2 and 9 December. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

Image source, Scott Hetherington
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Scott Hetherington had a "chilly morning walk" in Glasgow.
Image source, Rosie Faro
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Rosie Faro, from Western Australia, was visiting family in Aberdeen for the first time in almost 30 years when she spotted this cheeky chap.
Image source, Mairi Macdonald
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Mairi Macdonald, from Glasgow, spotted the village of Glencoe as she climbed Cnap Glas on Monday.
Image source, Allan Manson
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Aberdeenshire sunset reflected in the windows of a house. Photo by Allan Manson from Udny.
Image source, Ross Collins
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Ross Collins, from Newcastle Upon Tyne, says he often "hops across the border to take in the sights", including Castle Stalker.
Image source, Iain McGregor
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Iain McGregor, from Falkirk, was looking from the Kincardine Bridge across to Grangemouth.
Image source, Margaret Easton
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A Sunday walk through Craigvinean Forest and The Hermitage. Margaret Easton says she can see why its called Big Tree Country.
Image source, Brian Hughes
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Sunset over Millport. Brian Hughes, from Wishaw, was in Largs.
Image source, Douglas Taylor
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Douglas Taylor, from Aberdeen, wondered what Sir Walter Scott would think of Edinburgh's Christmas market.
Image source, Therese MacDonald
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A triple rainbow over Aird Bernisdale, Skye. Therese MacDonald saw it on Saturday morning.
Image source, Ann Pettigrew
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The first frost of winter in Ann Pettigrew's garden.
Image source, Lynn Robinson
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The Kessock Bridge was enveloped in fog on Sunday. Photo by Lynn Robinson from Inverness.
Image source, Martin Hooper
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These stags watched Martin Hooper descend Cul Mor, near Elphin, on Monday afternoon.
Image source, Colin MacKinnon
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Sunset over the River Lochy at Lochybridge. Colin MacKinnon, from Fort William, was also out and about on Monday.
Image source, Andrew Lynas
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Aerial photo of Aberdeen. Photo by Andrew Lynas.

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