Your pictures of Scotland: 17 - 24 February

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image captionJane Petrie, from Tillicoultry, said the light changed from "brilliant sunshine to black skies with snow flurries" in Sheriffmuir. 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 captionThis boathouse in Glengap had seen better days when Richard Farrell spotted it during a bike ride in south west Scotland.
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image captionThe texture and shade of a rusted outlet pipe on a beach near Mallaig prompted Gabrielle Dean, from Perth in Western Australia, to photograph it.
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image captionJoe Storie's partner was camera shy as she warmed up before a run around Dunfermline. The view from the top of Townhill with the Forth and East End Park in the background.
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image captionFancy camera work by Colin Alston brought out the "red element" in the Aurora Borealis over Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye.
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image captionCameron and dad Alex Barclay were in awe of the height of the trees in Inglesmaddie, south Aberdeenshire.
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image captionA view of the Lairig Ghru pass in the Cairngorms at sunrise. Jonny Hawkins had spent the night in a mountain bothy.
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image captionBell's Bridge in Govan was the vantage point for Iain MacLeod's picture of sunrise in Glasgow on Sunday 19 February at 07:24.
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image captionCore Hill radio transmitters at Oldmeldrum stood out against the grey skies. Photo by Tanya Osborne.
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image captionAn icy shower in Glasgow. Ian Stevenson, from Edinburgh, captured these women crossing the street.
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image captionLichen and birch trees line a path near Loch Duntelchaig, Inverness-shire. Neil Planner, from Glasgow, thought it created a "canvas texture".
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image captionA ladybird in Rosshall Park was spotted by Andrea Dobrotinova from Glasgow. Excuse the pun.
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image captionA walkway by the River Tay was photographed by Justin Bridgitt from Broughty Ferry.
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image captionAn afternoon in the garden was part of the weekend for Jessica Johnstone from Glenrothes.
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image captionOtters play near a ferry slipway in Glenelg on the Isle of Skye. Rob Ware, from Ord, said the ferry is in use in Wester Ross.

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