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Your pictures of Scotland: 19 to 25 December

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image copyrightAnne Stark
image captionMerry Christmas to all our readers. Anne Stark is enjoying the Christmas sparkle in West Linton. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image copyrightSally Vick
image captionA festive robin spotted by Sally Vick while walking along the high road up Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.
image copyrightGrant Bulloch
image captionGrant Bulloch took this photo of the Star Flyer ride from Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh using a long exposure.
image copyrightMargaret Squires
image captionMargaret Squires saw these oystercatchers on the West Sands in St Andrews. They seemed immune to all the dog-walkers passing.
image copyrightAlistair McDonald
image captionAlistair McDonald took this full rainbow over Partick, in Glasgow
image copyrightScott Pryde
image captionScott Pryde snapped this photo of the causeway to Cramond Island at high tide
image copyrightMalcolm Reid
image captionMalcolm Reid took this picture of Princes Street Gardens as he came out of Waverley Station. He said the amazing red sky set off the other bright colours of the gardens.
image copyrightStephen Hollas
image captionStephen Hollas said it was a dull day as he travelled up from Glasgow but when he arrived at Rannoch Moor the sun briefly came out and the snow looked beautiful
image copyrightJane Graham
image captionJane Graham from Milnathort sent in this picture of ice on her car windscreen. She says she believes they are called dendritic patterns.
image copyrightGordon Milligan
image captionGordon Milligan from Broughty Ferry took this photo of a perfect winter's day for diving at St. Catherines.
image copyrightBenjy Boyle
image captionBenjy Boyle spotted this Coal Tit having a spot of lunch in Balloch.
image copyrightStewart Paul
image captionThe sunrise at Cruden Bay on Christmas Eve. Sent in by Stewart Paul
image copyrightLinda Nicol
image caption'A peaceful moment in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery' from Linda Nicol in Edinburgh
image copyrightJayne Cook
image captionJayne Cook lives on Skye and took this photo from Dunvegan looking across the loch to the Macleod's Tables. She says she managed to hold the camera steady despite a glass of mulled wine at Jann's Cakes.
image copyrightKirsty Stewart
image captionKirsty Stewart (13) photographs the enchantment of Christmas lights in Frasers department store in Glasgow
image copyrightWull Taylor
image captionWull Taylor from Pencaitland in East Lothian says he was out Christmas shopping with his daughter and could not resist taking this photo of an Edinburgh Tram on a dreich day in St Andrew Square
image copyrightBill McKelvie
image captionA Harris sunset from Bill McKelvie

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