Your pictures of Scotland: 3-10 February


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 3 and 10 February. Send your photos to or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

Image source, Giles Stevens
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Giles Stevens, from Pitagowan, sent in this photo of Blair Castle, Blair Atholl.
Image source, Sam Ross
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The Queensferry Crossing now spans the Firth of Forth. Sam Ross, from Dunfermline, admired it from South Queensferry.
Image source, Anya Kettles
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Anya Kettles visited Perth's Norie Miller Walk.
Image source, Ian Lamb
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The opening ceremony of Scotland v Ireland in the Six Nations. Ian Lamb was at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Image source, Fiona McAulay
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Fiona McAulay, from Balloch, spotted these mandarin ducks in her local park on Sunday.
Image source, Bid Caulfield
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Sunrise over Portobello, Edinburgh. Photo by Bid Caulfield.
Image source, Gemma Butler
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Gemma Butler noticed 'The Falcon's Return' sculpture in a shopping centre in Inverness.
Image source, Joan Sands
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Sunlight shone through woodland at Scone. Photo by Joan Sands from Balbeggie.
Image source, Mags Morrison
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A surfer braved the water off Sandend, Aberdeenshire, on what Mags Morrison called "a very cold February day".
Image source, Kenny Crawford
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A whisky distillery tour finished with a "dram straight from the cask", said Kenny Crawford.
Image source, Mark French
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Evidence of beavers at work along the River Tay in Perthshire. Photo by Mark French.
Image source, Joyce Henderson
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Joyce Henderson, from Fife, visited Auchencairn on Sunday.
Image source, George McLaughlin
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Repair work in Glasgow on Tuesday. George McLaughlin said his daughters liked watching the sparks fly.
Image source, Agnieszka Lekawa
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Agnieszka Lekawa hiked along Beinn Udlamain on Sunday, pausing to take enjoy the view of the Drumochter Pass.
Image source, Iain Murray
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Interested onlookers rather than hitchhikers? Iain Murry, from Lenzie, was surrounded by Shetland ponies in Eshaness.
Image source, Ian Davidson
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Perth's Sir Walter Scott has a traffic cone to match Glasgow's Duke of Wellington. Ian Davidson, from Perth, thought it a "copycat" move.

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