Your pictures of Scotland: 18 - 25 January 2013

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Image source, Valerie Cooke
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The wind created these snow sculptures in Tomintoul. Photo by Valerie Cooke. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Image source, Kirsty Morris
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A robin and a red squirrel ventured into Kirsty Morris's garden by Kinnoull Woods, Perth.
Image source, Russell Fallis
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Orlyn sledging with her friends near Eskbank, Midlothian. Dad Russell Fallis later helped build a Merida-inspired snowman complete with dress and crown.
Image source, Eric Niven
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A snowy owl in Camperdown Park. Eric Niven, from Dundee, thought it looked rather smug and seemed to be enjoying the snow.
Image source, Bernie Allison
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Bernie Allison from Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, said: "Not even -5C and snow stops the solar panels working".
Image source, Jean Gibbon
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Jean Gibbon said: "It is not supposed to be snowing here at Carsphairn".
Image source, Rebecca Sutherland
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Freya was more interested in the Lake of Menteith than the snow according to owner Rebecca Sutherland from Cumbernauld.
Image source, Wendi Bates
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Sunrise over the Old Gartmore Road out of Drymen, looking south towards the Campsies and Duncryne. Wendi Bates, from Balfron, was up at 09:00 GMT on Saturday morning to capture the scene.
Image source, Rachael Taylor
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'Master Snowda' was built by Rachael Taylor's sons and their grandmother in Aberdeenshire.
Image source, Philly Waygood
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Snowmen on Calton Hill by Philly Waygood.
Image source, Paul
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Paul took the road through 'the Beeches' at High Lochenbreck in Dumfries and Galloway.
Image source, Brian Cairns
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Cyclists dismount, police on horseback do not. Photo by Brian Cairns from Coatbridge.
Image source, Laura Taylor
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Too deep to make a snow angel but still great fun. Photo by Laura Taylor from New Deer, Aberdeenshire,.
Image source, Denise McLister
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Denise McLister, from Musselburgh, went for a walk through Inveresk village.

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