Your pictures of Scotland 25 March - 1 April

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Image source, Colin Urie
Image caption, This serene scene was snapped by Colin Urie during a cycle around Loch Rannoch. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
Image source, Amy Watson
Image caption, Amy Watson snapped this peaceful scene during Easter weekend at Cromdale, Strathspey.
Image source, Alfy Borland
Image caption, Alfy Borland, from Livingston, West Lothian, caught this cheeky chappie helping himself to bird seed at House of Bruar.
Image source, Charles Maclean
Image caption, Low tide at Dorlin, Acharacle, looking west towards Muck and the Atlantic beyond. Taken by Charles Maclean.
Image source, David Crum
Image caption, "Two airliners getting very close and personal", said David Crum who took this from the back of his house in Gargunnock, Stirlingshire.
Image source, David Ritchie
Image caption, Morning sunshine at Lochan na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor. Taken by David Ritchie.
Image source, David Yule
Image caption, David Yule's Easter lunch view from the New Club in St Andrews
Image source, Doug Mcgeachin
Image caption, A male mandarin duck at Balloch, Loch Lomond. Taken by Doug McGeachin.
Image source, Derek Souter
Image caption, Derek Souter drove for four hours to Eilean Donan to be met with heavy rain showers and blustery winds. He took this photo between showers.
Image source, Der Forsyth
Image caption, Drummlins in Glen Almond during Easter weekend. Photo by Der Forsyth from Fife.
Image source, Douglas Kerr
Image caption, Oyster Catchers above Loch Leven last Sunday. Taken by Douglas Kerr, from Glasgow, while out walking the Heritage Trail with his wife Gill.
Image source, Gerry Donnelly
Image caption, This stunning sunset over the River Nith at Glencaple was taken by Gerry Donnelly.
Image source, Gillian Liversedge
Image caption, This shot from McCaig's Tower in Oban was taken by Gillian Liversedge as a rainbow appeared over the bay. She had travelled to Oban from Ilkley in Yorkshire for the Easter weekend.
Image source, George Trudt
Image caption, Looking for a mate! Picture taken at Eskrigg nature reserve by George Trudt.
Image source, Gillian Laird
Image caption, Gillian Laird's daughter enjoying the sunshine and her dancing.
Image source, Graeme Mac
Image caption, The Easter bunny on its way to take Easter eggs to sick children in Glasgow. Photo by Graeme Mac.
Image source, Graeme Conlon
Image caption, Ben Ledi from Sheriffmuir. Taken by Graeme Conlon.
Image source, Iain McFadyen
Image caption, Dramatic sunset over north west Glasgow taken by Iain McFadyen.
Image source, Stephen Buckland
Image caption, This stunning photo was entitled Walking On Water by Stephen Buckland, who said this mute swan was on a mission to repel intruders.
Image source, Ben Whitworth
Image caption, Ben Whitworth's daughter Charlotte bringing up the rear on a family walk with him, her mum Kathryn and sister Anna at Loch Gruinard on Islay.
Image source, Roy Whittaker
Image caption, Roy Whittaker took this photo of a "rather sad, but lovely-looking daffodil".
Image source, Jo Richardson
Image caption, Photo taken from St Catherine on a cold winter morning drive as Jo Richardson tried out her new camera.
Image source, James Gow
Image caption, James Gow snapped this sunrise on his way to work in Grangemouth
Image source, Kenneth Gow
Image caption, Kenneth Gow took this photo in his back garden in Banchory. "Our understanding of what is meant by 'bird feeder' is rather different to that of Mr Sparrowhawk," he said.
Image source, Norma McAlpine
Image caption, Norma McAlpine said this heron at St Andrews harbour allowed her to get a few steps away before taking flight, only to return by her side.
Image source, Billy Stark
Image caption, Billy Stark from Edinburgh took this photo from Knock Hill, Bathgate, looking towards the sunrise over Edinburgh.
Image source, Stuart Mitchell
Image caption, Stuart Mitchell failed to find the pot of gold after taking this picture while he worked on his family's farm near Denholm in the Scottish Borders.
Image source, Louise Hughes
Image caption, Louise Hughes enjoyed a lovely Easter Sunday walk up Norman's Law, from Luthrie in Fife, with her dog Chance, giving stunning views across the Tay estuary.
Image source, Paul Darroch
Image caption, Dumbarton Rock and Overtoun House looking down the Clyde. Paul Darroch was on a cycle over the Kilpatrick Hills.
Image source, Richard McKay
Image caption, Loch Lomond from Balmaha. Taken by Richard McKay.
Image source, Mark Paterson
Image caption, Full moon over the River Don at Dyce. Photo by Mark Paterson.
Image source, Ronnie Corse
Image caption, Two members of the Midlothian-based folk band Gallus Crows, returning home after playing in Elgin. Taken on Lossiemouth beach by Ronnie Corse.
Image source, Thomas Donachie
Image caption, The Titan Crane in Clydebank turned pink (and purple) in tribute to Paige Doherty. Taken by Thomas Donachie from Renfrew.
Image source, Stewart Borland
Image caption, Clouds over Duart Castle. Taken from the ferry from Mull to Oban by Stewart Borland.
Image source, Stuart Geddes
Image caption, Stuart Geddes took this picture of his daughter Ruth being chased by the waves in Lossiemouth on Easter Sunday.
Image source, Tam McLucas
Image caption, The Kintail Mountains on a cold, damp and sunny morning, taken by Tam McLucas from Glenshiel.

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