Your pictures of Scotland: 14 December - 21 December

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 14 December - 21 December. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

the Airlie memorial outside Kirriemuir.Image source, Neil Milne
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The Airlie memorial outside Kirriemuir, Angus, as photographed by Neil Milne.
Image source, Curtis Welsh
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Curtis Welsh took this picture of Melrose is decked out in its seasonal attire.
Image source, Roy Whittaker
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Roy Whittaker captured this sunrise at Larbert Loch.
Image source, Gordon Bain
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Beautiful evening at Inverness riverside, pictured here by Gordon Bain.
Image source, Sandy Kerr
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Sandy Kerr took this picture of the moon over Salisbury Crags in Edinburgh.
Image source, Tom McPherson
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A picture taken by Tom McPherson on the approach to the Moray fishing village of Burghead, from a rather choppy sea!
Image source, Alasdair Friend
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A stunning lights display at Botanics Edinburgh last Saturday night, captured by Alasdair Friend.
Image source, Dawn Farrell
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This stag stopped so Dawn Farrell could take a picture in Glen Etive.
Image source, Jason Curl
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This Christmas tree at the Dome in Edinburgh makes it look very festive. Jason Curl took this snap on his visit.
Image source, Alex Grant
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Alex Grant took this picture of the view from Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh.
Image source, David Livingstone
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The Round Church in Bowmore, Islay, under the stars. Taken by David Livingstone.
Image source, Gillian Brown
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Gillian Brown took this picture on a visit to Lossiemouth lighthouse on a cool December day.
Image source, Malcolm Ogilvie
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Malcolm Ogilvie caught this picture of the last of a beautiful Dundee sunrise.
Image source, Mhairi Hastie Smith
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Blair Castle looked snowy when Mhairi Hastie Smith visited.
Image source, Mark Sutherland
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Mark Sutherland thought Whin Park in Inverness looked like a winter wonderland.

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