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Your pictures of Scotland: 2 to 9 March

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

Sledging in Galashiels Image copyright Peter Dalgleish
Image caption Peter Dalgleish took this picture of his granddaughter sledging over a bump in Galashiels.
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Phonebox in snow in Braemore in Caithness Image copyright Sandy Sutherland
Image caption "It was amazing how the red phonebox stood out in the blizzard!" said Sandy Sutherland Junior who took this picture in Braemore, Caithness.
Swans in Holyrood Park Image copyright Gavin Dougan
Image caption St Margaret's Loch in Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, captured by Gavin Dougan
Frozen waterfall at Image copyright Alex Grant
Image caption Frozen waterfall at Glencoe. Picture taken by Alex Grant from Edinburgh.
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Robin on branch Image copyright Margaret Douglas,
Image caption "This wee robin was sitting waiting on the bird feeders being replenished as the snow fell heavily," said Margaret Douglas from Head of Muir in Stirlingshire.
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Igloo in Leven, Fife Image copyright Jennifer Gill
Image caption The Gill Family from Leven, Fife, were among the many people who got creative with the snow this week. They call this their "I-Leg-oo".
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Scotland snowman Image copyright Sameeha Rehman
Image caption And of the many snowmen people were building this week, this Scotland-supporting one sent in by Sameeha Rehman caught our eye.
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snow in Glasgow Image copyright Shona Renicks
Image caption Shona Renicks from Dennistoun in Glasgow captured the mood as people trudged home through the snow last week.
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Brody and Riley in Dalkeith Country Park Image copyright Laura Syme
Image caption Brody and Riley found a den at a snowy Dalkeith Country Park, said Laura Syme.
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Bike in snow at Harlaw reservoir in the Pentland Hills Image copyright Alasdair McLean
Image caption This approach to Harlaw reservoir in the Pentland Hills was "impassable, even with the biggest of big tyres", said Alasdair McLean.
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Snowboarding in the north west coast village of Aultbea Image copyright Tommy Marshall
Image caption Tommy Marshall snowboarding in the north-west coast village of Aultbea. He said: "I work as a chef on a superyacht in Miami so it's a bit of a temperature change!"
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Fankerton near Denny Image copyright David Wilkinson
Image caption David Wilkinson combined two drone pictures of the village of Fankerton near Denny to show the contrast after the Beast from the East struck.
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Forth Rail Bridge Image copyright Charlotte McIntosh
Image caption A misty morning at the Forth Rail Bridge taken from the Forth Road Bridge by Charlotte McIntosh.
Daffodils and icicles Image copyright Calum Oliver
Image caption "Don't over-water your daffodils on a cold day," said Calum Oliver, who walked past this window box in Falkland in Fife.
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Waves in Aberdeen Image copyright Janet MacLeod
Image caption "We took a very breezy walk in Aberdeen and were in awe at the crashing waves," said Janet MacLeod from Oban.
The Mound, Edinburgh Image copyright Scott Simpson
Image caption Scott Simpson took this striking photograph of The Mound in Edinburgh.
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fairy pools on the Isle of Skye Image copyright Gary Shearer
Image caption The stunning Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye - captured by Gary Shearer from Cumbernauld.
Water of Leith in Dean Village, Edinburgh Image copyright Mariusz Perkowski
Image caption This stunning image of the Water of Leith in Dean Village, Edinburgh, was taken by Mariusz Perkowski who lives in Hamilton.
Moray Firth Image copyright Tom McPherson
Image caption A beautiful evening view on the Moray Firth, captured by Tom McPherson from Hopeman.
Armadillo and Hydro in Glasgow Image copyright Tom Crawford
Image caption Tom Crawford took this image of the Hydro in Glasgow after a concert. He said: "The River Clyde was so still that a reflection of the Glasgow auditorium and SSE Hydro could be seen".
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