Your Pictures of Scotland: 15 - 22 April

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image captionFine weather meant a day out on Troon beach for Dave and Julie Browning from East Kilbride and their dogs Hudson and Summer.
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image captionChristopher Morrison was climbing this tree just outside Edinburgh when his girlfriend Amanda Breton from Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, picked up a camera.
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image captionDonald Mackinnon said this horse and cart in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis brought a smile to passers-by.
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image captionA close-up of the clock tower on the old Leith Academy Secondary School, at Leith Links, was possible with Jim Duff's new camera.
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image captionBright lights caught the attention of Gordon Ednie at Kirkcaldy Links Market.
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image captionThese Morris dancers took Ailsa Campbell and other residents of Pennan by surprise when they arrived one sunny afternoon.
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image captionMotorbike racers were waiting to go on the track near Haddington when Sylvia Beaumont from North Berwick saw them.
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image captionThe village of Collieston, Aberdeenshire, was bathed in moonlight when Anne Holford took this photo.
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image captionHop, skip and jump. Shannon Kay from Creiff saw these deer jumping the fence into the field next to the River Earn.
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image captionJulian Robinson was paragliding from Morrone, Braemar, with Lochnagar in the background just as Scott Mather took this picture.
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image captionSunlight breaking through the clouds was a welcome sight for Malcolm Findlay from Fife who had spent the day climbing a Munro before descending Seana Bhraigh.
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image captionPort Ellen was an ideal place for this Highland cow to go strolling. Photo by David Meikle from the Isle of Islay.
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image captionJonathan Manson from Edinburgh liked the shape of this rock. The photo was taken from Tantallon Castle with Bass Rock in the distance.
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image captionSandy Crowe from Falkirk sent in this photo of Grangemouth and the Forth Valley.
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image captionOne of the event control points during a marathon with Ullapool in the background. David Tipple from Pathhead found the time to take a photo.

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