Your pictures of Scotland: 13 - 20 April

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Image caption, Sunday morning at Ayr Beach Park and Hannah, from Prestwick, decided to show-off to her mum Kate Macdonald. 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 caption, The Old Man of Storr, on the Isle of Skye, with Raasay in the background. Gareth Hughes and Fran Shaw were on holiday from Manchester.
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Image caption, Razorbills on the Isle of May reminded Gavin Johnson, from Cupar, of a barber shop quartet. He said the cliff-nesting birds are vying for position to raise this year's chicks.
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Image caption, The light installation at the bandstand in Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, was photographed by Cameron King.
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Image caption, The 'communications hub' on the Isle of Canna was a sight to behold for Michael Thornton, from Penicuik, who had no mobile coverage.
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Image caption, The first Edinburgh Rock 'n' Roll half marathon was held on 15 April. Teresa Summerfield's husband and friend took part.
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Image caption, Alistair realised that he could not stop the sea and would have to run to stay dry. Dad Brian McBurnie took the photo in Macduff, Banffshire.
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Image caption, Bumble the cat cowered from the fox. Graham Redpath's girlfriend Louise distracted the fox and let Bumble safely into their house in Kelso.
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Image caption, Melrose 7's rugby tournament with the village of Gattonside and surrounding hills was photographed by Alex MacSorley from St Boswells.
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Image caption, Blossom on a plum tree in Andy Morrison's garden in Forres attracted this bee at sunset.
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Image caption, Tulips in bloom at the Floral Hall were captured by Gordon McKenzie from Inverness.
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Image caption, Twelve-year-old Chantelle saw this Hercules aircraft coming in to Lossiemouth for exercise Joint Warrior. She was there with her mum Marijke Sunley from Buckie.
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Image caption, Rebecca Barnard had company while digging her mum's vegetable garden in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.
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Image caption, Susan Joyce on Kirkcaldy Beach. According to Gabrielle Balfour, a buzzing sound came from Susan's finger when she pointed it in the air.
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Image caption, Stewart Kershaw was spoiled for choice when he stopped at a souvenir shop in Stirling.

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