Your Pictures of Scotland: 10 Dec - 17 Dec

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Image caption, Gwen Wallace took this panoramic shot of her two-year-old Border Collie Meg gazing out over the Yarrow valley in Selkirk.
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Image caption, Arthur Montgomery from Glasgow caught a reflection of the big wheel at Edinburgh's Winter Wonderland.
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Image caption, Stuart Whyte from Chryston took a break from Christmas shopping to send us this action shot from George Square in Glasgow.
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Image caption, Sheila McGregor from Blairgowrie took this snap of snow-covered berries in her garden.
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Image caption, Ruth Jeanes caught this dramatic scene of shattered ice in the River Ayr.
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Image caption, Walter McLaren from Galashiels took this powerful image of Galashiels War Memorial in the snow
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Image caption, Santa's Polar Express steams along on the Bo'ness and Kinneil railway line. Picture sent in by Robert Jardine from Bo'ness.
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Image caption, This squirrel was photographed by John Bushell in his garden at Forgandenny, Perthshire.
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Image caption, Heather the Highland cow forages for food in the falling snow at Kilmahog, Perthshire. Alan Munro from Callander, who took this photo, says she is due to have a calf in February.
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Image caption, Jen Knight took this engaging photo of a wintry scene in Peebles. "It was so cold that the inside of my nose froze," she says.
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Image caption, Santa gets ready for a charity run in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh. Picture sent in by Peter Beattie.
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Image caption, Colin Mackie from Cardross took this photo of a heron which landed on his garden wall. "I'm afraid he's probably away with some of our goldfish," he says.
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Image caption, Steve Oates from Findhorn caught this image of Loch Morlich just as the sun was rising. The temperature at the time was -16C.
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Image caption, Geoff de Boer took this picture of a flock of Linnets on The Oa, Islay.
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Image caption, This photo of the Geminid Meteor over the Isle of Islay was taken by James Deane.

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