Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 February

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 2 and 9 February. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

image source, Derek Gray
image captionDerek Gray got up early to photograph Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire at sunrise. "It was very cold but worth it," he said.
image source, Amanda Smith
image captionAmanda Smith was on a trip to Glen Etive when she snapped this beautiful view of Buachaille Etive Mòr.
image source, William Warnock
image captionThe conditions at Glencoe last weekend were on a par with those at European snowsports resorts, says snowboarder William Warnock.
image source, Bernie Gajos
image captionBernie Gajos photographed this landscape while out and about near his home in Jedburgh.
image source, Ross Toole
image captionBrotherly love! Three-year-old Rhurai and Finn, eight months, enjoyed the spectacular view from the top of Conic Hill near Balmaha on Sunday.
image source, Fiona Mactaggart
image captionFiona Mactaggart spotted these horses cantering through the surf at low tide during a walk near Buntisland in Fife.
image source, Darren Dawson
image captionThis amazing action shot of an otter with its catch was taken by Darren Dawson at the River Don in Aberdeen.
image source, Neil Pirie
image captionNeil Pirie took this aerial photograph of the Forth's road bridges during a pleasure flight last Friday.
image source, Alan Fraser Nicholson
image captionAnother flight above Scotland - but a very different angle. Alan Nicholson snapped Sascha as the plane looped-the-loop over a frozen Black Isle.
image source, Michaela Gordon
image captionThis stunning photograph of a rainbow against black, stormy clouds was taken by Michaela Gordon who was looking towards Bennachie from Millstone Hill in Aberdeenshire.
image source, Bob Keltie
image captionGrangemouth is the backdrop to Keltie's photograph, which was taken at Bo'ness Harbour just before sunset on Sunday.
image source, Mark Barbieri
image captionMark Barbieri took this photograph of some of Glasgow's most famous riverside buildings on what must have been a particularly sunny day.
image source, Kim Bennett
image captionKim Bennet enjoyed perfect weather conditions during a road trip to Rannoch Moor at the weekends.
image source, Kris Scott
image captionKris Scott has captured the sun's rays bursting between the trees in the Galloway Forest.
image source, Alan Christie
image captionGrangemouth is reflected in the River Forth in Alan Christie's dramatic picture, taken from Bo'ness Waterfront.
image source, Andrew Dickson
image captionAndrew Dickson said it was a rare, clear sky over Waterside in Ayrshire when he took this photograph earlier this week.
image source, Nick Edington
image captionOn an otherwise stormy night at Ganavan Sands near Oban, Nick Edington was ready with his camera when the sky cleared for a few short minutes. "Scotland's night sky is magical," he added.

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