Your pictures of Scotland 27 March-3 April

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 27 March and 3 April. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk. Please ensure you adhere to the BBC's rules regarding photographs which can be found here.

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image copyrightAndrew Mackie
image captionNeigh bother: Andrew Mackie captured seemingly effortless "expert" rider Stella and her horse on Seacliff Beach, East Lothian, pre-lockdown.
image copyrightOn-May Yeung
image captionMade up with her efforts: On-May Yeung said: "This is a look which I designed during lockdown. Bright colours to show love to the world, to spread the message and love to everyone."
image copyrightRobin Gilfillan
image captionSwan vista: Robin Gilfillan captured this pair while having a daily walk along the Forth and Clyde Canal.
image copyrightMark Fuller
image captionLight fantastic: Mark Fuller took this at Port Logan looking from Mull of Galloway across the Irish Sea "with the lights of Belfast glowing".
image copyrightCharles Robertson
image captionWestie life: Charles Robertson took this action photo of Bailey (aka DaFoof) on Sandend beach in Aberdeenshire.
image copyrightPeter Ribbeck
image captionRiver city: This is Peter Ribbeck's crane shot on the banks of the Clyde "surrounded in a mix of brilliant morning light and swirling fog".
image copyrightDuncan Milne
image captionSons set: Duncan Milne captured young sons Harry and Oliver sitting on the garden wall "blethering" while watching the sunset in Netherlee, East Renfrewshire.
image copyrightJanina Dolny
image captionStay home, viva NHS, stay safe: "I took this view with a message of Victoria Street in Edinburgh during the lockdown while on a quick walk around the block from my house", says Janina Dolny.
image copyrightBlair Malcolm
image captionFlower power: Blair Malcolm, 11, spotted this bee in Perth.
image copyrightJohn Patchett
image captionRoom with a view: John Patchett from Kingussie said terrier Brogue was in a form of isolation to keep him away from some very big birds wandering through the garden.
image copyrightFrances Fyfe
image captionShopping 'on line': "I washed my shopping bags today" says Frances Fyfe from Ayr.
image copyrightForbes Hainey
image captionMarley and me: Eight-year-old Forbes Hainey has started taking photos with his dad's camera for a badge at Beavers. "This is my favourite picture," he said. "This is Marley. Hope you like it also." We certainly do, Forbes.
image copyrightPhil Reid
image captionNorthern exposure: "I took this at night on a long exposure, looking up Loch Torridon towards Ben Alligin" Phil Reid says. "The light on the horizon was actually the moon rising."
image copyrightDennis Swanson
image captionAre you looking at me? Dennis Swanson of Barnton, Edinburgh, appreciated this bird of prey. He's not so sure some smaller bird appreciated it quite as much...
image copyrightSharon Bunyan
image captionWe're going on a bear hunt: Sharon Bunyan from Chirnside, Berwickshire, saw this attraction for local children when they are out on their walk.
image copyrightAlison Stodart
image captionWinging it: "I often see this heron which lives on our local burn" said Alison Stodart at Mill of Inverarity, Forfar.
image copyrightCarena Schmid
image captionBone-ect Four? Carena Schmid from Linlithgow found her rescue dogs Miss Darcy and Mr Flash enjoying some home school indoor activities during lockdown.
image copyrightChris Cogan
image caption"Mother nature doing impressive things": Up near Rogart, Sutherland, Chris Cogan captured this scene.
image copyrightCharles Colliar
image captionTrue love? These swans making a heart were seen on Linlithgow Loch
image copyrightWalter Baxter
image captionSmall wonder: "I was lucky to see and photograph a goldcrest (Britain’s smallest bird) at a forest edge while walking on Blaikie’s Hill in Galashiels", says Walter Baxter.
image copyrightGeoff Der
image captionWho knew? "Things you learn during lockdown", says Geoff Der. "That squirrels like camelia flowers."
image copyrightDuncan Blyth
image captionBaby steps: "I went to drop off some essential goods for my brother", says Duncan Blyth. "Due to the new arrival of my nephew, Magnus, they are being very cautious about distancing so this is as close as I can get."

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