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Your pictures of Scotland: 24 April - 1 May

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image copyrightJames Haigh
image captionJames Haigh, from North Yorkshire, camped overnight at Calgary Bay. Send us your pictures to newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk
image copyrightJulie Adair
image captionArdvreck Castle on the banks of Loch Assynt. Julie Adair was there on a "gloriously sunny Saturday".
image copyrightEilidh McHale
image captionSpring has sprung in Innerleithen. Photo by Eilidh McHale.
image copyrightLindsey Mainds
image captionEuan jumped off a rock at Seacliff beach, near North Berwick, watched by mum Lindsey Mainds.
image copyrightMeri Zivko
image captionMeri Zivko, from Zagreb, followed the path to Dunnottar Castle.
image copyrightGreg Friel
image captionGreg Friel sent in this photo of Duck Bay marina.
image copyrightBrian Sandison
image captionElvis, a king eider duck, is an annual visitor to Ythan estuary in Newburgh. Photo by Brian Sandison from Fraserburgh.
image copyrightGwen Harkins
image captionHouse painting in Tobermory. Gwen Harkins, from Bonnyrigg, was visiting the land of Balamory.
image copyrightStephen Davies
image captionStephen Davies, from Stirling, visited Cove harbour.
image copyrightGordon Robertson
image captionSnow in Greeness, Aberdeenshire, on Monday morning. Photo by Gordon Robertson.
image copyrightWalter McGillivray
image captionAn artist creates a sand sculpture in Princes Street. Photo by Walter McGillivray from Edinburgh.
image copyrightArchie Martin
image captionArchie Martin, from Erskine, was motorcycling around Scotland when he stopped at Durness beach.
image copyrightFoster Evans
image captionWindow cleaners at work in Bath Street, Glasgow. Photo by Foster Evans.
image copyrightRichard Erdal
image captionA sanderling in the Bay at the Back of the Ocean on the Isle of Iona. Photo by Richard Erdal from Edinburgh.
image copyrightJames Bruce
image captionJames Bruce from Cobourg, Ontario, visited Crail harbour while staying with family in Kinross.
image copyrightJohn M Dawson
image captionJohn M Dawson, from Edinburgh, sent in this photo of the Belt of Venus, an arch of pink light, over the Solway Firth.
image copyrightDavid Carvel
image captionDavid Carvel, from Biggar, had been to see the Harlem Globetrotters at the Hydro in Glasgow.
image copyrightCarole Gledhill
image captionCarole Gledhill, from Bishopton, said the 'coffin bridge' at Carrbridge, near Aviemore, was built to allow coffins to be carried when the river was in spate.
image copyrightAlan Taylor
image captionAlan Taylor saw a snow and hail shower, from the Moor Road between Penicuik and West Linton, on Sunday.
image copyrightBilly Smith
image captionAlbion Rovers lifted the Scottish League Two trophy on Saturday. Billy Smith, from Glasgow, said the club had a "pay what you can" fee for season tickets which allowed him to watch their draw with Arbroath.
image copyrightGordon Barr
image captionSarah danced by the Machrie Moor standing stones on the Isle of Arran. Photo by dad Gordon Barr.
image copyrightMark Rennie
image captionConn and Harris took a break while walking the Quirang, on the Isle of Skye, with dad Mark Rennie.
image copyrightRicky Telford
image captionRicky Telford, from Balmedie, watched this goldfinch after spotting dolphins in Aberdeen harbour where he managed to photograph a couple of fins.
image copyrightZoe Gillespie
image captionScarlett visited Baron's Haugh nature reserve with her dad and mum Zoe Gillespie. Dalzell House in the background.
image copyrightLiam
image captionLiam, from East Lothian, way on his way back from Orlando when he took this photo of Glen Lyon from 20,000 feet above.
image copyrightJackie Smith
image captionA local primary school in Fairlie named the newly launched rowing boat on Sunday. Jackie Smith, from Inverkip, said it is called Thistle.
image copyrightPamela Jane Sproul
image captionThe sun reflected on the water off the coast of Troon. Photo by Pamela Jane Sproul.
image copyrightHao Zhou
image captionSeaton cliffs pictured from an aerial drone. Photo sent in by Hao Zhou from Dundee.
image copyrightRoz Laws
image captionMarcus and Marley on Polin beach while on holiday in Kylesku, Sutherland, with mum Roz Laws.
image copyrightRobert Pender
image captionAzalea in Robert Pender's garden in Cumbernauld.

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