Your pictures of Scotland: 15 - 22 February

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 15 and 22 February. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightGraham Thompson
image captionA "serene" Loch Tay taken by Graham Thompson from East Kilbride.
image copyrightcraig wilson
image captionCraig Wilson, from Alloa, found an inquisitive friend while on a drive to Glen Etive and Glenfinnan.
image copyrightChris Reekie
image captionWith the sun rising over the West Sands in St Andrews, Chris Reekie says it almost felt as if spring was on its way.
image copyrightStevie Blair
image captionStevie Blair, from Scone, with his dog Walter seen here enjoying a dip in Loch Sheil, Glennfinan, on his first birthday.
image copyrightJayne Dailly
image captionJayne Dailly, from Edinburgh, was taken by this "spectacular" sunrise on a trip to the Highlands.
image copyrightRobert Blaikie
image captionRobert Blaikie snapped this chaffinch in flight at the RSPB Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve.
image copyrightHarry Woodliff
image captionHarry Woodliff spotted a beached boat down the Clyde in front of Dumbarton Rock.
image copyrightFrances Trainer
image captionFrances Trainer took this picture of her mother Ruth Ward getting a Valentine's Day visit at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary from her husband.
image copyrightGlenn Robert
image captionEilean Donan Castle, as witnessed by Glenn Robert.
image copyrightHelen Bishop
image captionHelen Bishop, from St Monans, grabbed this pic of Toby jumping the Dragon's Teeth (the old World War Two beach defences) at Tentsmuir nature reserve near Tayport in Fife.
image copyrightDavid Griffiths
image caption"Passing places - but where to?" thought David Griffiths at Gairloch.
image copyrightDavid Wain
image captionDavid Wain was captivated by this view across a valley near Loch Ness, which he spotted while on holiday from Stockport.
image copyrightDougie Law
image captionSheltie at Red Point, near Gairloch, taken by Dougie Law.
image copyrightLynne McCulloch
image captionLynne McCulloch, from Stirling, says this was "a beautiful sunny but choppy sea day for the Islay ferry." The ferry was passing by Port Ellen lighthouse at Kilnaughton Bay.
image copyrightFrank Urban
image captionFrank Urban, from Cumbernauld, was returning from a walk at Aberlady Nature Reserve when he saw this. "The setting sun taking a rest at Arthur's Seat," he said.
image copyrightGenny Guy
image captionGenny Guy, from Tarbert, said: "An uphill trek is rewarded with stunning views over the Cromarty Firth. Fyrish monument is stunning whatever the weather."
image copyrightJohanna Gericke
image captionJohanna Gericke was being watched at Ballimore Farm in Argyll. She said: "Our cows followed us when we went for a walk, but they all stopped in their tracks when we turned around."
image copyrightAlex Grant
image captionAlex Grant, from Edinburgh, says Casper the Wee White Dug found it a tad windy at Auchindoun Castle.
image copyrightDonny
image captionThe Corpach ship wreck near Fort William, taken by Donny.
image copyrightAnders Brown
image captionA golf ball's view of Turnberry lighthouse, as captured by Anders Brown.
image copyrightGeorge Murray
image captionGeorge Murray, from Westhill, in Aberdeenshire, says: "I’ve never seen so many ladybirds at this time of year before, thanks to the Gulf Stream."
image copyrightCurtis Welsh
image captionCurtis Welsh, from Melrose, captured this pre-dawn image of Peniel Heugh monument by Ancrum, along with Jedburgh and the surrounding hills.
image copyrightTom McPherson
image captionTom McPherson, from Hopeman, witnessed the sun breaking through at Lossiemouth on the Moray coast.
image copyrightPaul Turner
image captionThe farewell flypast by RAF Tornados passing over RAF Tain. Paul Turner said: "Sad to see them go, saw my first Tornado jet as a kid at the Leuchars Airshow in 1987."

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