Your pictures of Scotland: 8-15 January

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Image source, Lisa Culley
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Lisa Culley, from Gress on the Isle of Lewis, watched the sun rise over Stornoway harbour. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
Image source, Iain Wilkie
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Iain Wilkie, from Perth, noticed these stags grazing while on a trip to Braemar.
Image source, Grant Fuller
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Grant Fuller, from Scone, sent in this photo of a winter's afternoon in Perth.
Image source, Shirley Douglas
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Shirley Douglas, from Lochwinnoch, thought of Turkish delight when she saw dusk settle over Paisley town hall on Tuesday.
Image source, Bob Muirhead
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Scotland's own Pont des Arts. Bob Muirhead, from Kirkcaldy, liked the colours of the padlocks as he walked across the Forth Road Bridge.
Image source, Andrew Robb
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Icy water on a cold winter's morning in Westhill, Aberdeenshire. Photo by Andrew Robb from Aberdeen.
Image source, Donald John Chisholm
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Royal Navy Sea King helicopters passed over Fort William. Donald John Chisholm watched the final flypast on Thursday.
Image source, Paul Hirst
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Bonchester Bridge in the Scottish Borders. Photo by Paul Hirst.
Image source, Stephen Leitch
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The Burning of the Clavie took place in Burghead on Monday. Stephen Leitch, from Elgin, says the ceremony marks the old New Year's Eve, on 11 January, according to the Julian calendar.
Image source, Kyle McKinlay
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A robin perched on a hedge on Wednesday morning. Photo by Kyle McKinlay from Glasgow.
Image source, Derek Mack
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Derek Mack says Cockenzie pier served the former power station before it was demolished. This photo was taken on Monday.
Image source, Lindsay Wylie
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Lindsay Wylie, from Banchory, went looking for hair ice around Crathes Castle after reading about it the day before.
Image source, Alan MacKenzie
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Storm clouds gathered over Port Appin and Loch Creran on Thursday. Photo by Alan MacKenzie from Milngavie.
Image source, Steve Kerr
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A Sunday biking trip to Innerleithen was "as cold as it looks", said Steve Kerr.
Image source, Ken Ramsay
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A flock of long-tailed tits at the RSPB reserve in Lochwinnoch. Ken Ramsay, from Elderslie, spotted them on Thursday.
Image source, Nicola Milligan
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Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills as seen from Arthur's Seat by Nicola Milligan.
Image source, Douglas Ogilvie
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Blair Castle basks in winter sunshine. Photo by Douglas Ogilvie from Spittalfield, Perthshire.
Image source, Elizabeth Colquhoun
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An angel made of tea bags stands in Dunblane Cathedral to raise money for charity. Elizabeth Colquhoun thought it was "amazing".
Image source, Rob Ware
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The first turf is cut for Camuscross and Duisdale's new community hub in Sleat on the Isle of Skye. Rob Ware, from Ord, said the centre is due to open in 2017.
Image source, Geoffrey Lund
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Waterlogged ground surrounds Bridge of Earn. Geoffrey Lund was on Moncrieffe Hill on Sunday.
Image source, Trish Docherty
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Trish Docherty's family went on a wintry dog walk through Blackwood Estate, South Lanarkshire, on Saturday.
Image source, Alan Brown
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Mo Farah took part in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country Race on Saturday. Photo by Alan Brown from Edinburgh.
Image source, Jane Diamond
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Loch Na Dal, Isle of Skye. Jane Diamond, from Aberdeen, was there at the start of the year.

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