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Curtis Welsh noticed this cast metal painted road sign at Maxton, harking back to a different era.

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A Highland community, including their new inquisitive addition, enjoyed some long overdue spring-like conditions at their home near Redpath

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A Highland community, including their new inquisitive addition, enjoying long overdue spring-like conditions at their home near Redpath. Fiona Scott supplied the image.

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Three alpacas enjoying breakfast at Gledswood, Leaderfoot.

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Three alpacas enjoying breakfast at Gledswood, Leaderfoot. Curtis Welsh supplied the image.

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Reader Darren Chapman took this stunning photograph of a fiery sunrise in Kelso last week on his way to work. Worth stopping for!

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Darren Chapman took this image of a fiery sunrise in Kelso last week on his way to work.

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Curtis Welsh took this image in his back garden at Longnewton Mill Farm, near Melrose, showing Rusty the deer and Eddie the eagle owl against a sunrise and a carpet of frost

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Curtis Welsh took this image in his back garden at Longnewton Mill Farm, near Melrose, showing Rusty the deer and Eddie the eagle owl against a sunrise and a carpet of frost.

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Fields flooded on the A698 near Born in the Borders at Lanton Mill, near Jedburgh.

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Fields at Lanton Mill, near Jedburgh, were swamped as flooding hit the region last week. Bill McBurnie supplied this image.

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Cowdenknowes House, Earlston, with the Eildon Hills as a backdrop.

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Curtis Welsh took this frosty image of Cowdenknowes House, Earlston, with the Eildon Hills as a backdrop.

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There was a significant wind chill blowing when I took this photo at the Three Brethren summit last month.

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Walter Baxter reported an unsurprisingly significant wind chill while capturing this image at the Three Brethren summit, north-west of Selkirk.

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A winters day at Bowmont Forest near Kelso. Taken by Ewan Dickson from Morebattle

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A winter’s day at Bowmont Forest, near Kelso. This image was supplied by Ewan Dickson, from Morebattle.

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This image of the Black Hill was taken on the road just out of Earlston at Sorrowlessfield

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This image of the Black Hill was taken on the road just out of Earlston at Sorrowlessfield last Wednesday by John Fowler.

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This view to the Leader Water near Redpath was taken from a high vantage point on the Diamond Jubilee Path.

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Walter Baxter took this image of the Leader Water, near Redpath, from a vantage point on the Diamond Jubilee Path.

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Earlston church

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As winter tightens its icy grip, a reminder of the autumnal colours we enjoyed just a few weeks ago, courtesy of Curtis Welsh’s image of Earlston Church.

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Sunset over Oxton

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Derek Wood took this image of sunset over Oxton.

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Deanburnhaugh, Roberton

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Eileen Randall’s view of Deanburnhaugh, Roberton.

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Faldonside Loch, between Darnick and Lindean

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Julie Craddock provided this autumnal image of Faldonside Loch, between Darnick and Lindean.

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Early morning at Bewlie Cemetery, Lilliesleaf

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Curtis Welsh was up early in the morning to capture this image at Bewlie Cemetery, Lilliesleaf.

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Pack Bridge, Stow

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Mark Kettrick took this image of Pack Bridge, Stow, while on a cycling trip.

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Walter Baxter scaled the heights to reach a rooftop viewing platform for this shot from Melrose Abbey

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Walter Baxter scaled the heights to reach a rooftop viewing platform for this shot from Melrose Abbey.

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Difficult weather at the end of last month pushed farmers into extending the better working days ' here is sowing taking place on a Sunday evening at Bewlie Farm, Lilliesleaf

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Difficult weather at the end of last month pushed farmers into extending the better working days – here is sowing taking place on a Sunday evening at Bewlie Farm, Lilliesleaf. Curtis Welsh supplied the image.

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Hermitage Castle near Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders.

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This image of the imposing Hermitage Castle, near Newcastleton, was taken by Borders freelance photographer Stuart Cobley.

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