Your pictures of Scotland: 26 Feb - 4 March

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image source, Caroline Whiting
image captionCaroline Whiting, from Glasgow, wondered what view this paraglider had of Ben Lomond. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
image source, Robert Cruickshanks
image captionThese red squirrels were photographed by Robert Cruickshanks from Oban.
image source, Jane MacLennan
image captionDusk loomed over the Torridon mountain range. Photo by Jane MacLennan from Gairloch.
image source, Sandy Sutherland
image captionFormer fisherman Sandy Sutherland was photographed, by the shore near Keiss Castle, by son Sandy Sutherland, who was on a surprise trip home from Canada.
image source, Kevin Serginson
image captionSnow-topped cliffs at Da Lang Ayre in Northmavine, Shetland. Kevin Serginson was there on Saturday.
image source, Colin Mackie
image captionColin Mackie, from Cardross, wonders if there is "anywhere on the Scottish mainland more stunning than Glen Etive?".
image source, Emma Jamieson
image captionGraffiti by the River Clyde. Photo by Emma Jamieson from Glasgow.
image source, Lucy Grewar
image captionLucy Grewar says this is the first Saturday of the new three-man Cairnwell chairlift in Glenshee.
image source, Hannah Mary Goodlad
image captionSkiing by moonlight at the top of Cairn of Claise. Hannah Mary Goodlad, from Aberdeen, said it was bitterly cold on Saturday but worth it for the views.
image source, Frances Trainer
image captionFrances Trainer went for a walk around Keithfield Lake, near Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire.
image source, Ross Toole
image captionRhuari and dad Ross Toole stopped for a cake on the ascent of Conic Hill.
image source, Hannah Kettles
image captionHannah Kettles spent the weekend with friends around Loch Morlich and Aviemore.
image source, Laura Lauffer
image captionA view of Dunoon's Victorian pier. Laura Lauffer said the Highland Mary statue is just visible above the grey roof.

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