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Your pictures of Scotland: 3 - 10 February

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image captionSeals going into the sea along the Sands of Forvie were spotted by Ian Cairns from Aberdeen. 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 captionThe Squinty Bridge, or Clyde Arc, was photographed on a cold Tuesday night by Jennifer Nunn from Coatbridge.
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image captionAbstract art or frost on rhododendrons in Elisabeth Liddell's garden in Auchterless, Aberdeenshire? The temperature fell to -6C the night before.
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image captionKeith Johnstone's son enjoyed the model trains exhibit at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow while visiting from Linlithgow.
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image captionFi climbed at Hell's Lum in the Cairngorms National Park. Ron Walker, from Carrbridge, said the temperature was -9 at 4,000ft.
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image captionThe sun had already set over the Falkirk Wheel enabling Ernie Hogan, from Grangemouth, to see the coloured lights.
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image captionIce on the beach near Evanton in Ross-shire did not deter Leanne Milne from her stroll.
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image captionLyle Hill was the vantage point for this view of Gourock after a foggy day. Steve Scott waited until sunset to take the picture.
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image captionKaren McDonald put her new photography skills to good use when she saw these sheep grazing in Aberlady.
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image captionThursday was the first day this year that Elly and Dickon Green could dry their clothes outside. Uig Bay, on the Isle of Lewis, is in the background.
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image captionMallard ducks peered into a waterfall in Linn Park. Aaron Gibson, from Glasgow, waited to see if they would take off.
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image captionAlice Baird's niece inspected a storm-damaged tree in Tollcross Park, Glasgow.
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image captionThe River Etive was freezing when Angus Chisholm, from Inverness, stopped to admire Buachaille Etive Mor.
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image captionAbby posed for a picture on Pirnmill beach. Dad Alan Caddies and the rest of the family, from Saltcoats, were enjoying a day out on the Isle of Arran.
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image captionSunrise over Kirkhill, Inverness, was photographed by Urszula Kozak.

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