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Your pictures of Scotland: 19 - 26 April


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 19 March and 26 April. Send your photos to

image copyrightColin Mackie
image captionColin Mackie visited Glamis Castle for the first time and said it looked magnificent surrounded by masses of daffodils
image copyrightBill Cameron
image captionCorrour and Loch Ossian from the slopes of Leum Uilleim (William’s Leap) on Easter Monday. Taken by Bill Cameron.
image copyrightJudith Morton
image captionJudith Morton spent a week in Ardnamurchan. This is a view of Camas nan Geall, she says.
image copyrightTom McPherson
image captionRhododendrons in full spectacular view at Burgie Mains in Moray, captured by Tom McPherson from Hopeman.
image copyrightClaire Traynor
image captionCara contemplating a swim on Easter Monday
image copyrightJohn Stewart
image captionDean Village in Edinburgh. Taken by John Stewart
image copyrightPAul Dimmock
image captionA white peacock strolling on Moot Hill in the grounds of Scone Palace. Taken by Paul Dimmock.
image copyrightJanina Dolny
image captionThe European Stonestacking Championship held in Dunbar over the glorious Easter Weekend. Taken by Janina Dolny
image copyrightMark Harkin
image captionA great selection of bikes and trikes took part in the Easter Egg Run from Glasgow Green to the Glasgow Children's Hospital, says Mark Harkin.
image copyrightPeter Swan
image captionPeter Swan took this photo of Pittenweem in Fife on a glorious Easter Sunday
image copyrightPaul Bass
image captionThe Callanish stone circle on Isle of Lewis, taken by Paul Bass
image copyrightAlex Grant
image captionCasper the Easter Bunny stopped off in Kinloch Rannoch on Sunday morning with a delivery of eggs. Taken by Alex Grant.
image copyrightMichael Duguid
image captionOn the holiday weekend I saw a few adders out basking on trails near Morven, Aberdeenshire, says Michael Duguid.
image copyrightJane Sayliss
image captionJane Sayliss took this photo of her husband and dog enjoying the solitude of a stunning beach walk on Berneray in the Outer Hebrides.
image copyrightPauline McIntyre
image captionPauline McIntyre took this on Easter Monday at Wemyss Bay station after a sunny day out in Largs. She said: "It was the first time I had visited the station and I was struck by how beautiful the walkway down to the ferry was."
image copyrightValerie Pegler
image captionThe view over to Arrochar, from the Three Loch Way. Taken by Valerie Pegler
image copyrightGordon Rhind
image captionGardenstown in Aberdeenshire, taken by Gordon Rhind
image copyrightRachel Webster
image captionSt Mungo on the Glasgow Mural Trail taken by Rachel Webster on a day trip to Glasgow.
image copyrightDonnie Nicolson
image captionDonnie Nicolson calls this photo the "golden hour". It was taken at Waterstein Head overlooking Neist Point on the Isle of Skye.
image copyrightShirley Maxwell
image captionShirley Maxwell found this octopus on Blacksands Beach in Aberdour. She said: "We carried it about 20ft from the sand back to the sea but it wasn't very impressed and released a big cloud of ink when we put it in the sea."
image copyrightMel Hayes
image captionMel Hayes took this photo of friend David walking out from Munros - Conival and Ben More in Assynt - on Easter Monday
image copyrightStuart Smith
image captionStuart Smith from Kilmarnock took an 860-mile, "very-long-way-round", motorbike trip up to Kinlochbervie. He said: "I walked from the hotel to Sandwood Bay on a beautiful but breezy day. But, man, was it worth it."
image copyrightGavin Morris
image captionGavin Morris took this photo at the summit of The Cobbler on Easter Monday
image copyrightKenny Bryce
image captionKenny Bryce says he took this photo very early (04:45) on Sunday morning. It is of the sculpture Arria located at Eastfield Cumbernauld.
image copyrightThomas Andy Branson
image captionThomas Andy Branson says Gourdon harbour is defined by countless scallop shells, the second most valuable shellfish in Scotland
image copyrightZulakha Babar
image captionZulakha Babar took time to rest and be thankful at the Rest and Be Thankful on the A83 in Argyll.
image copyrightAllison McMahon
image captionAllison McMahon liked this view of Dundee
image copyrightFrances Findlay
image captionFrances Findlay said: "This was taken from our caravan at Rosneath looking up the Gareloch."
image copyrightChris Cullen
image captionChris Cullen said: "Here is a photo of my niece Esther with her granny (my mother) in the restored Dovecote at Dirleton Castle, Dirleton, East Lothian. Its an Infrared photo, taken using a fisheye lens."
image copyrightStewart Beattie
image captionPhoto taken at the Glenfinnan monument on Saturday by Stewart Beattie
image copyrightAndrew Creighton
image captionThis is the Creighton family on a weekend away to Auchenlarie beach in Dumfries and Galloway
image copyrightGavin Dougan
image captionGavin Dougan took this photo of Friday's pink moon rising from Portobello beach in Edinburgh.
image copyrightMargaret Squires
image captionMargaret Squires sent in this photo of an Easter baptism in St Andrews
image copyrightSorley Johnston
image captionSorley Johnston asks: "Could this be a pot-bellied and weathered Easter Island statue or perhaps it's a monument to a windswept Donald Trump?" It was taken at the Barns of Byback in the Cairngorms on Good Friday.
image copyrightFiona Ramsay
image captionWhat's the story in Tobermory? Fiona Ramsay took this photo.
image copyrightDavid Milne
image captionDavid Milne took this photo of the Glenfinnan Viaduct on the way home from a fantastic weeks holiday in Arisaig.
image copyrightEllie Comins
image captionWhen you are just a little pet lamb wearing a daisy chain and out in the sun with your dog. Tiny Tim and Dan the collie photographed by Ellie Comins at Elchies Farm.

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