Your pictures of Scotland: 18 - 25 AprilPublished1 May 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightKaren MacKayimage captionKaren MacKay, from the Shetland Isles, watched the sun set over the Isle of Foula on Monday evening. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightNeil MacNeilimage captionThis cherry blossom at Kirk O'Field Parish Church caught the eye of Neil MacNeil as he walked home from work in Edinburgh.image copyrightAlan Boothimage captionThis "trio of fashion conscious newly born lambs" was spotted by the Booth family who were on holiday in South Uist at the height of the lambing season.image copyrightPAuline Gammackimage captionThis photo from the harbour in Garlieston, Wigtownshire, was taken by Pauline Gammack during an evening stroll when the sun was starting to set.image copyrightJan Fraserimage captionJan Fraser spent the Easter weekend at Knockfarrel near Dingwall. "I thought the cloud formation looked like a phoenix rising," he said.image copyrightShelia Jonesimage captionTaken on Easter Sunday on top of the volcanic plug Dunglass, near Strathblane, just as the sunset. Picture from Shelia Jones.image copyrightAllan Duncansonimage caption"A great evening spent taking in the spectacle of the huge statues along with the music, projections and live actors," said Allan Duncanson from Allanton in North Lanarkshire who attended the launch of the Kelpies in Falkirk.image copyrightStevie McKennaimage captionRobert Hyde from Fort William, skims across the lochain at the bottom of Coire an Lochain at Nevis Range on Easter Sunday. Picture by Stevie McKenna.image copyrightLee Thompsonimage captionSunrise on the River Ugie estuary in Peterhead, captured by Lee Thompson.image copyrightDrew Fisherimage captionElijah from Rutherglen takes his Dad on a walk to Arran from Scalpsie Beach during their Easter Holiday. Grandpa caught the moment on camera.image copyrightPeter Daviesimage caption"It kindly posed on the edge of the track for about a minute," said Peter Davies who spotted this arctic hare while walking the Rob Roy Way.image copyrightGraeme Conlonimage captionGraeme Conlan from Alva took this snap on the beach in St Andrews, Fife, on Easter Monday.image copyrightJackie Mitchell image captionJackie Mitchell from Bo'ness took this picture of her son Donald trying out his new camera, with Longannnet Power Station in the background.image copyrightLynn Brownimage caption"Garden fauna" taken by Lynn Brown in Dr Neil's Garden on "a lovely sunny day to visit Duddingston".image copyrightCraig Cameronimage caption"High camp with a view," said Craig Cameron who watched the sunrise over the Grey Corries from the south east ridge of Aonach Beag.image copyrightJames Sandersonimage captionHigh on the hill lived a lonely goat. James Sanderson took this picture south of Ullapool while on a trip to the west coast.image copyrightMiles Grayimage captionThis stunning panoramic view of Edinburgh from Salisbury Crags was taken by Miles Gray as he walked his dog.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.