Your pictures of Scotland 13-20 March

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 13 and 20 March. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk. Please ensure you adhere to the BBC's rules regarding photographs which can be found here.

image copyrightCraig Roberts
image captionCraig Roberts' mother-in-law caught this amazing reflection at the shore in Leith.
image copyrightRob Peden
image captionGhostly footprints on Ben Ledi. Rob Peden says compressed snow from footprints stay in place while the surrounding powdery snow is blown away by the wind.
image copyrightCahoots
image captionNo nursery anymore. - Isla and John looking out at the sea and Macduff Harbour from Banff Castle.
image copyrightLiberto Savoca
image captionLiberto Savoca, from Cove Bay, Aberdeenshire, said he was walking along Cove Bay’s cliff when he saw this train "proudly carrying the colours of the Scottish flag", against the blue sky.
image copyrightTrish Deasy
image captionTrish Deasy took this photo of her dog on Portobello beach.
image copyrightMark Reynolds
image captionA sunny snap of a picturesque cottage on the river Morar, taken by Mark Reynolds.
image copyrightMairi Low
image captionMairi Low took this photograph of her son on his first hike up Braids Hill in Edinburgh.
image copyrightChris Downie
image captionA frosty morning at Forfar Loch, taken by Chris Downie.
image copyrightSorley Johnston
image captionThe Small Isles ferry passes the Point of Sleat lighthouse on the Isle of Skye with the Cuillins in the background. Sorley Johnston took this image from the Rubh of Arisaig.
image copyrightSobhan Sheikh
image captionSobhan Sheikh went on a spontaneous drive to Strathclyde Country Park with her friend Lisa and managed to capture this swan in full stretch.
image copyrightDavid Brackenridge
image captionThe Cuillins in Skye "at their most stunning" taken from underneath the Sligahan bridge by David Brackenridge.
image copyrightBudong Drummond
image captionThis gannet was photographed manoeuvring around cliff edges in challenging weather at Troup Head, North Aberdeenshire, by Budong Drummond.
image copyrightRachel Williams
image captionSteve Williams' 11-year-old daughter Rachel took this picture of him flying a kite at Gullane beach. "My kite seemed to grow an extra colourful tail," he said.
image copyrightAlli Mcmahon
image captionIt's mine! Alli Mcmahon captured this charming encounter between a squirrel and a duck.
image copyrightJohn Gilchrist
image captionA snowy Glengarry, taken by John Gilchrist, from Cumbernauld.
image copyrightTom McPherson
image captionUllapool-based "Louandric" leaving Burghead Harbour at sunset, captured by Tom McPherson from nearby Hopeman.
image copyrightCharles Pilgrim
image caption"Thank goodness Morrison’s hasn’t run out of potatoes," says Charles Pilgrim.
image copyrightEmyr Algieri
image captionEmyr Algieri took this photo of his friend Shaun ascending Black Spout Gully at Lochnagar during his first winter climb.
image copyrightIan Jackson
image captionIan Jackson says he got a wonderful surprise when he saw this wren in full cry on the old Deeside railway line one morning.
image copyrightTony Hammock
image captionTony Hammock feels this meets the criteria for social distancing. "I feel so fortunate to live here in Scotland where I can access wildness and solitude straight from my door," he says, adding that he was with a friend as solo sea kayaking in winter is high risk. Photo taken at Connel near Oban.
image copyrightDom Turner
image captionAn early morning walk by Loch Brora "far away from the headlines and the panic buying", says Dom Turner.
image copyrightJanette Scott
image captionThe ruins of St Andrews Cathedral taken after a heavy downpour when the sun came out. "Glorious," says Janette Scott from Newcastle under Lyme
image copyrightJane Sayliss
image captionJane Sayliss took this photo from the viewpoint looking towards Ullapool over Loch Broom. "It was a cold day with a good dusting of snow. The budding daffodils in the foreground reminding us that Spring is in the air."
image copyrightJacki Gordon
image captionJacki Gordon watched this mallard as it stood at the waterfall's edge in Glasgow's Linn Park, contemplating its next move.
image copyright Euan Campbell
image captionThese lenticular clouds were spotted over Aberdeen Airport by Euan Campbell from Newmachar
image copyrightMangela Coia
image captionLoch Achtriochtan at Glen Coe, taken by Mangela Coia.
image copyrightEva Hunter
image captionEva Hunter, from Ross-shire, took this photo of her daughter Megan, with Jessie, Wesley and Bebe on the beach at Anstruther.
image copyrightCurtis Welsh
image captionCurtis Welsh took this stunning image from his back door as dawn broke by Peniel Heugh monument in Jedburgh.
image copyright Ruadh McIntosh
image captionThis magnificent Bukhara deer stag was photographed at the Highland Wildlife Park by Ruadh McIntosh from Lasswade.
image copyrightKarolina Sperczynska
image captionThese colourful spring flowers were snapped by Karolina Sperczynska during a family walk in Falkland Palace and Gardens.
image copyrightAlastair McKinlay
image caption"It's all a question of balance, but easier if you have a long bushy tail," says Alastair McKinlay, who took this photo at Glendavan House, in Dinnit, Aberdeenshire.
image copyrightSeungho Lee
image captionSeungho Lee, from Aberdeen, took this shot of Haddo House in Aberdeenshire.
image copyrightDouglas Roberts
image captionForth bridges at night, taken by Douglas Roberts
image copyrightJohn Brownlie
image captionSunset over Creag Dubh, taken from Kingussie by John Brownlie.

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