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Your pictures of Scotland: 13 - 20 January

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image captionThe sun rose over Foinaven and Loch Inchard in north west Sutherland. Photo sent in by Gary Sutherland from Kinlochbervie. 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 captionChristine Cox, from Moffat, was out walking her three collies when the colour of the tree against the frosty ground drew her attention.
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image captionPatterns in the sand on Aberdeen beach caught Alan Cameron's attention.
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image captionLochluichart, Ross-shire, looks like a winter wonderland in Richard Wright's photo.
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image captionGillian Boyle played on 'The Gownie' or Gowan Hill in Stirling when she was a child. Her son James enjoyed the same view of the Wallace Monument.
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image captionThis is the view which greeted Norman Williamson, from Milngavie, on a cold and frosty morning at Craigton.
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image captionMist and low cloud over Loch Lomond did not deter Oya Miller from enjoying the view of these canoeists. She was on holiday from Turkey.
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image captionA Fife-bound train crosses the Tay Rail Bridge. Ryan Gray, from Cupar, said you can see the remains of bridge which collapsed.
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image captionFlying through the clouds in a microlight aircraft over An Sgor, Meall Garbh, Meall a' Bharr and Carn Mairg. Dave Tarvit, from Dunkeld, said Loch Tay and Loch Rannoch also lie below cloud cover.
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image captionIain MacPhee was rewarded with this view of Duncansby Head when he went for a walk in John O'Groats.
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image captionKen Murray, from Edinburgh, was ice climbing on Ben Nevis. This is the view which greeted him at the summit.
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image captionA freezing cold day meant the ground was covered in frost. Otto thought this berry brightened the view by the Water of Leith in Edinburgh.
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image captionFinlaggan, the ancient seat of the Lords of the Isles, was photographed by Jim Johnston from Bowmore on the Isle of Islay.
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image captionLuna the golden retriever had a great time at Portobello beach. Andrew and Sarah Begg take her there as often as possible.
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image captionThe banks of the Union Canal in Edinburgh were a hotspot for Leah Dodt and other walkers who made the most of the good weather.

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