Your pictures of Scotland: 21 - 28 February

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Image source, Brian K Mackenzie
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Brian Mackenzie, from Edinburgh, saw tram testing in the city. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Image source, Alan Kennedy
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The aurora borealis over Castletown, Caithness, was photographed by Alan Kennedy on Sunday using camera trickery and "waving a small LED torch" around.
Image source, David Barratt
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A snow hole in the Cairngorms provided a rest place for David Barratt, from Inverkeithing, his brother and friend before skiing.
Image source, Walter M Ritchie
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Frogs in Walter M Ritchie's garden pond, in Kilmartin, appear to be thriving.
Image source, Annette Bacon
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Laggan Dam was in full flow on Sunday. Annette Bacon, from Dunfermline, was on her way home from Kyle of Lochalsh and said: "the sound was deafening".
Image source, Steven Biggs
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Steven Biggs, from East Kilbride, found it hard to believe this view of the north east is only a few miles from the industrial heart of Aberdeen.
Image source, Ali MacLeod
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Martha whizzed past Pollok House, on her scooter, watched by mum Ali MacLeod.
Image source, Gavin shaw
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The Northern Lights over the Dee valley. Gavin Shaw was out late in Craigie Daff Wood, near Denside of Durris, on Thursday night.
Image source, Margaret Douglas
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Raindrops on Margaret Douglas's washing line in Head of Muir, Stirlingshire, reflected miniature daffodils.
Image source, Christian Witte
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Higgs, the kitten, took shelter during a walk along Sanna Bay with owners Christian Witte and Kimia from Glasgow.
Image source, Dave Henderson
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Falls of Dochart, near Killin, on Sunday. Dave Henderson, from Leith, said the water level had risen by half a metre overnight.
Image source, Gary Morrison
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The sky over Inverurie and Oldmeldrum around 20:30 on Thursday evening. Gary Morrison was somewhere between the town and Chapel of Garioch.
Image source, David May
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David May, from the Black Isle, was in Ullapool on Tuesday.
Image source, Edward Stephen
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Edward Stephen's photo of "an unusually wind-free morning", in Montrose Basin.
Image source, Ian Clarke
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Sand dunes along the River Ythan. Ian Clarke, from Newburgh, saw Aberdeen in the distance.

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