Your pictures of Scotland 20-27 March


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image copyrightTom McPherson
image captionTom McPherson from Hopeman shot this "desolate, rugged landscape" between the ‘Collach’ (Cummingston) and Burghead.
image copyrightWalter Baxter
image captionWalter Baxter from Galashiels said he took this "watch the birdie" shot in his garden when a blue tit took an interest in his tripod-mounted camera.
image copyrightKenny Bryce
image captionKenny Bruce from Carluke took this shot at Smoo Cave in Durness. "The clear sky was what I hoped for but the hint of aurora was an added bonus."
image copyrightIain Taggart
image caption"I thought this picture taken in Pollok Park might raise a smile" said Iain Taggart, and he was right.
image copyrightRichard Paton
image captionWhat will bee will bee: Richard Paton said he was "heartened" to see this little fellow in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, during his daily exercise walk.
image copyrightMike Wigg
image captionMike Wigg captured this atmospheric shot of planes parked up at Glasgow Airport.
image copyrightAlex Grant
image captionCasper the friendly dog: Walkies photographed at the "beautiful" Kiloran Bay, Colonsay, by Alex Grant from Edinburgh.
image copyrightBruce Ormiston
image captionHorses spotted having "neigh bother" with social distancing in the River Tweed, Melrose, by Bruce Ormiston.
image copyrightIain Park
image captionIain Park from Alloa captured Camas nan Geall at sunset last week on the north west of Scotland.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionRed alert: Eric Niven saw this "lovely" squirrel in Tentsmuir Forest in Fife.
image copyrightJacki Gordon
image captionTwin beaks: This was not our joke but Jacki Gordon's own for this picture of pigeons in Linn Park.
image copyrightKrista Betteley
image captionKrista Betteley enjoyed her trip to Loch Awe.
image copyrightAlasdair Scott
image captionA mountain hare still in all-white winter fur, "cleverly trying to keep himself on the white snow patches to make his camouflage work best!" The work of Alasdair Scott from Edinburgh.
image copyrightJane Sayliss
image captionRoom with a view: Gruinard Bay, Wester Ross, from Jane Sayliss, from her lounge window. "This is a view I never tire of nor take for granted and consider myself privileged."
image copyrightBen Freeman
image caption"This little wood mouse popped his head out of the wall, and quickly scurried off again," said Ben Freeman. "We waited quietly with cameras poised to see if he'd return, and he did!" Taken near Banchory.
image copyrightLara Schepis
image captionGreat Scott: Lara Schepis - "an Italian who fell in love with Scotland" - enjoyed the Scott Monument during a trip to Scotland.
image copyrightMatt Youngs
image captionPhoto of Pepper the dog on the beach at Sandend from Matt Youngs.
image copyrightAl Bunyan
image captionPlaying hide-and-seek in the early morning glow at Dean Castle Nature Trail in Kilmarnock. Picture by Al Bunyan.

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