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Your Pictures of Scotland: 18-25 February

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image captionA cargo ship is unloaded at Leith Docks, Edinburgh, on a cold February night. The photograph was taken by Stuart Pardue, from Edinburgh. 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 captionMaria Bowskill from Renfrew thinks these cherubs on the fountain at Paisley's Fountain Gardens in are need of some TLC.
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image captionJudith Green captured the rays of sun coming through the clouds over Howden Park, Livingston.
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image captionDuncan MacLaren sent in this snap of his daughter Iona walking along the beach at the North End, Isle of Iona, during half term break.
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image captionHugh Ferry, of Chapelhall, was on his way to Skye when he took this photo of the bridge joining the island to the mainland.
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image captionThis picture of the prehistoric Carloway Broch on the Isle of Lewis, an ancient fortified dwelling, was taken by Donald Macleod from Stornoway as it was lit by the late-afternoon sun.
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image captionBirds perched on the remains of an old pier in the Sound of Mull caught the eye of Margaret Forsythe, of Bathgate, as she made her way to a dive site near Oban .
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image captionHannah Girvan, from Aberdeen, got lost in the woods while out walking her dog in Hazelhead Park.
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image captionLinsey Marchbank was under pressure to share her chips while visiting Barstobrick riding centre near Castle Douglas with Gordon Nicol.
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image captionThis cormorant was busy diving for food in Kilnaughton Bay, near Port Ellen, when James Dean, from Islay, took the photo.
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image captionGlenn Somerville, from Falkirk, caught this view of Loch Cluanie from Carn Gluasaid while on a walking weekend with friends.
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image captionKiev the cockerel is resident at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling where Lorna Potts works.
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image captionA sign that spring is on its way in Janice MacDonald's garden in Falkirk.
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image captionMandy Abbot and friends released a Chinese lantern at Loch Monzievaird to celebrate her 40th birthday. Gary Lowes took the photograph.
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image captionSpring flowers and sunshine made a nice afternoon out in Victoria Park, Glasgow, for Brian Archbold.

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