Your Pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 April

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image captionGrant Lawrie posed at the top of Uamh Bheag, behind Callander, while his dad Gordon from Dunblane took the photo.
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image captionSpring melt in full flow at the Falls of Dochart at Killin with Meall nan Tarmachan in the background was enough to draw a bus of tourists and Ken Gow from Banchory to admire the scene.
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image captionThe capercaillie stood its ground when it encountered Rob Welsh, from Dunblane, who was mountain biking around Loch an Eilein and Loch Morlich near Aviemore.
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image captionThe Ecofusion Festival at Inverleith Park, Edinburgh, drew the crowds and Ian MacRae Young, who took the photo.
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image captionOne, two, three... Greg Becker from Banchory counted about 200 seals soaking up the sun on the Ythan Estuary north of Aberdeen.
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image captionCharlotte and Solo went for a splash on West Sands Beach, St Andrews, while her dad John Cumming from Cupar looked on.
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image captionA windy day in North Berwick soon dried Claire Caulfield's washing and all the clothes stayed on the line. She was on holiday from Glasgow.
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image captionThe window at Craignethan Castle, South Lanarkshire, gave Alistair McLean from Glasgow a different view of the building.
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image captionJohn Cumming took this photo on a windy but sunny day at Broughty Ferry beach.
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image captionSpring buds at Blair Drummond Safari Park caught Jenna Smith's eye.
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image captionLambing season was in full flow at West Linton in the Borders when Jennifer Ainsworth got a moment to take this photo.
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image captionAre you eyes deceiving you? The mirrors in the woods at Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, near Aberfoyle, caused Alan Baillie from Linlithgow to stop in his tracks.
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image captionVictoria Swan was visiting Landmark Forest Park, Carrbridge, when this red squirrel and his friend stopped to see what was going on.
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image captionCollie Lucy enjoyed the cool waters of the River Gynack while on a walk with her owner Bill Hickey near Kingussie.
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image captionMark Russell, wife Lynsey and daughter Lia climbed one of the Eildon Hills in the Borders at the weekend.

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