Your pictures of Scotland: 24 February - 2 March

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image captionA harris hawk in flight was photographed by Susan Howard, from Kent, who was visiting Edinburgh at the weekend. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image captionSnowdrops at Ardardan near Cardross are a sign that spring has arrived. Photo by James MacFadyen from Johnstone.
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image captionThe streets of Lerwick around the RNLI building were deserted during Scott Robertson's Sunday morning stroll. He was visiting family members during a trip from Aberdeen.
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image captionCattle crossing a river near Kinlochmoidart. Anna Rose and her family, from Beauly, stayed at Acharacle for a long weekend.
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image captionStreet art along a path in Glasgow was photographed by Katrina Hutchings.
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image captionSunrise over the River Don estuary was captured by Terry Eve.
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image captionEwan watched his mum Tara Gibson blowing a bubble at Glasgow Science Centre.
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image caption"Tears of a tree" is Natalie Livett's description of the tree on Moncreiffe Hill, Perth.
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image captionThe sun was setting as Annette Walczynska's plane came into land at Edinburgh airport.
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image captionGreta waved at the female panda Tian Tian at Edinburgh Zoo who seemed to be coming across to see her. Mum Lynne Grant, from Edinburgh, said Tian Tian seemed quite happy with the attention.
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image captionA view of Stirling and the River Forth. Gordon Heaney, from Hamilton, was at the Wallace Monument.
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image captionTaking to the River Kelvin is another way to beat rush hour traffic in Glasgow. Michael Beglan was tempted to paddle.
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image captionA statue of children playing leap frog was a fitting way to mark 29 February 2012. David Elder, from East Kilbride, was in Cathkin Braes at sunset.
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image captionJackie Mills' daughter Sarah and friends took to the cold water at Seamill Hydro to raise money for charity.
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image captionThe arches underneath the Tay Road Bridge at high tide. Photo by Frances Menter from Dundee.

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