Your pictures of Scotland: 17-24 February

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 - 24 February. Send your photos to or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

Luskentyre beach Image copyright Barry Hill
Image caption Barry Hill was at Luskentyre beach, recently named as one of the top 10 beaches in the UK.
Arria statue Image copyright David Wilkinson
Image caption Arria overlooks the M80 near Cumbernauld. David Wilkinson, from Denny, said the atmosphere in Eastfield cemetery was eerie.
Adding the finishing touches to the stunning new mural. Image copyright Liz McBride
Image caption Liz McBride watched the finishing touches being put to this artwork in Paisley.
Dunfermline Image copyright Mark Grieve
Image caption Dunfermline city chambers and abbey. Mark Grieve watched the snow fall on Thursday as Storm Doris swept in.
Tartan kilts Image copyright Fiona Macdonald
Image caption Kilts in a vintage shop in Glasgow. Fiona Macdonald was there on Saturday.
Snowdrops Image copyright Andrew Herbert
Image caption Snowdrops near the banks of the River Clyde in New Lanark. Photo by Andrew Herbert.
Dogs on a river bank Image copyright Jackie Mitchell
Image caption A meeting place in Callendar. Where else would Jackie Mitchell's dog, from Bo'ness, meet its chums.
Moon Image copyright Chris Casely
Image caption Chris Casely was on his way from the Pentland Firth to Invergordon just as the sun began to rise.
Lawn Image copyright Brian Cairns
Image caption A colourful lawn near Dullatur. Photo by Brian Cairns from Coatbridge.
Museum of waxwings Image copyright Rev John Orr
Image caption The Reverend John Orr saw this museum of waxwings in Kirriemuir on Monday.
Red Point beach Image copyright Susan Farrelll
Image caption Susan Farrell was at Red Point beach, South Erradale.
Buchanan Castle Image copyright Iona Smith
Image caption The ruins of Buchanan Castle, Drymen. Iona Smith, from Glasgow, was there on Sunday.
Smuggler's Bothy, Scottish Borders Image copyright Peter Gray
Image caption Peter Gray, from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, passed the Smuggler's Bothy as he walked along the coastal path near Eyemouth.
Hare statue Image copyright Gillian Cassie
Image caption Going nowhere fast. Gillian Cassie saw this hare on Pannanich Hill, Glenmuick.
Up Helly Aa Image copyright Jane Evans
Image caption Jane Evans watched Northmavine's Up Helly Aa celebrations on Shetland.
TS Queen Mary Image copyright Paul Climie
Image caption The newly painted funnels of the TS Queen Mary in Glasgow. Paul Climie thinks the colour scheme will please Partick Thistle fans.

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