Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 March

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image source, Gavin Campbell
image captionKildalton Cross, on the Isle of Islay, was photographed by Gavin Campbell. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image source, Iona Foubister
image captionThe view from Kinnoull Hill, Perth. Photo by Iona Foubister from Inverurie.
image source, Alistair Meikle
image captionMax collected pebbles on Brodick beach, on the Isle of Arran, with dad Alistair Meikle.
image source, Sarah McMichael
image captionA calm Tuesday evening in Cramond. Photo by Sarah McMichael from Edinburgh.
image source, Seamus Murphy
image captionSeamus Murphy, from Glasgow, wondered if something was afoot at House for an Art Lover.
image source, Hamish Bell
image captionLoch Leven on Wednesday. Hamish Bell was scattering his father's ashes: "As a founder member of the Glencoe boat club he always wanted to end up there."
image source, Sylvia Beaumont
image captionCrocuses lined the playing field in North Berwick. Sylvia Beaumont was out walking her dogs when she came across them.
image source, Margaret Easton
image captionSt Bridget's Kirk in Dalgety Bay was photographed by Margaret Easton.
image source, Ineke Watt
image captionIneke Watt's daughter caught the sun on Bishop Hill, Perth and Kinross. Loch Leven is in the background.
image source, Robert Wright
image captionPreparations are under way in Robert Wright's household, in Aberdeen, for the cup final against Inverness on Sunday.
image source, Wendi Bates
image captionFishing at Balmaha pier with Inchcailloch in the background. Photo by Wendi Bates from Balfron.
image source, Pete Murch
image captionEarly morning sun burned the fog off Loch Voil. Pete Murch, from Perth, was on his way up Stob Binnein.

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