Coronavirus: Rainbow pictures on show across Scotland

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image captionSophie Hayes in Old Kilpatrick with her rainbow poster

Pictures of rainbows have been appearing in windows across the country as people try to stay positive while they are locked in their homes during the coronavirus outbreak.

Many of the posters have been drawn or painted by children, while other messages of support for the NHS have also appeared in various locations.

The isolation art appearing in house windows has often been accompanied by messages to stay home, stay safe and stay positive.

Here is a selection of pictures from across the country.

image captionFive-year-old Freddie in Neilston points out his handiwork
image captionSonny and Auryn McBride in Girvan with their posters
image source, Helen Porter
image captionRainbows raised smiles for Josie in Peterculter, Aberdeen
image captionElliot Beatson in Perth with his artwork
image captionA rainbow poster in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire
image captionThe stay at home message was being highlighted in Newport-on-Tay
image source, Highland Council
image captionThere was a message of thanks left for those keeping services running in Highland Council
image captionRainbow posters could be seen in many windows around Edinburgh
image captionPosters could also be seen brightening up windows in Brechin
image captionPosters were also on show in Dumfries
image captionBalloons brightened up Whitecraigs Care Home in Thornliebank, as photographed by Amanda Randou
image captionThe positive message could even be seen on the pavement in Giffnock

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