Your pictures of Scotland: 20 - 27 March

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Image source, Rob Ware
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This beautiful sunrise along the Cluanie Reservoir in Lochalsh was captured by Rob Ware. Send us your pictures of Scotland to newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk
Image source, Steve Williams
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Steve Williams used a GoPro camera to capture himself paddleboard surfing in Gullane.
Image source, Derek Ryan
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Derek Ryan took this photo of a seagull eclipsing the eclipse at Aberdeen Harbour.
Image source, Stephen Howgate
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Stephen Howgate was on his way home from Edinburgh to Peebles when he noticed "a tremendous display" of Lenticular clouds. He took this image between Howgate and Leadburn with his wife's iphone.
Image source, Margaret Easton
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Margaret Easton came across this "happy-looking tree" on the Fife Coastal Path.
Image source, Lorna Herriot
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Rocco the dog has fun on Barassie Beach, Troon. Taken by Lorna Herriot from Glasgow.
Image source, John Bell
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Ben Lomond taken from Duck Bay by John Bell, from Clydebank.
Image source, Selina Wilson
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Selina Wilson, from Cumbernauld, snapped this image of the River Clyde.
Image source, Steve Oates
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Steve Oates was returning from his daughter's concert in Elgin when he noticed these lenticular clouds. He took this photo from Findhorn looking west over Culbin Forest.
Image source, Helen Wilkie
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This robin was snapped in Tentsmuir Forest by Helen Wilkie, from Perth.
Image source, Gordon Robertson
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Gordon Robertson who lives on a farm in Aberdeenshire captured this stunning image of the eclipse.
Image source, Colin Craig
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This stag was not camera shy when Colin Craig came across him by Loch Quoich near Knoydart on the way to walk up Sgurr a'Mhaoraich.
Image source, Vicki Yarwood
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Daffodils in Gyle Park, Edinburgh. The photo was taken by Vicki Yarwood as she walked her dog.
Image source, Kenny Falconer
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Kenny Falconer, from Aberdeen, was in Thurso for a wedding and said the view from his mother's house was "a little surreal" with the setting sun casting some great light across the town.
Image source, Samantha Grant
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"As Scottish as a shortbread tin", says Samantha Grant who took this picture of Casper the westie in Appin with Castle Stalker behind him.
Image source, Donald Macleod
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Donald Macleod took this serene image while going through Inverarary on the way to Campbeltown to take part in a charity concert with his choir.
Image source, Lesley Christie
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This mallard was sitting at the edge of the pond in the Chinese garden at the Botanics in Edinburgh enjoying the late afternoon sun. Taken by Lesley Christie from Carluke.
Image source, Fiona MacDonald
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Fiona MacDonald, from Linlithgow, said she experienced four seasons in one day as she walked in the Applecross Peninsula.
Image source, David Meikle
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David Meikle, from Glasgow, was in Rannoch where he said the weather was "glorious" and the lack of wind made the water idyllic.
Image source, Paula Martin
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Colin Martin photographing the partial eclipse of the sun near Peat Inn, Fife.
Image source, Alan Hamilton
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Glen Rosa on Arran where Alan Hamilton, from Fairlie, was holidaying this week.
Image source, Bill Cameron
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Bill Cameron stopped to take in this view of Lochaber while cycling across the Cow Hill. The view looks over Inverlochy across to Caol.

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