Your Pictures of Scotland: 25 Feb-4 March

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Image caption, The sun briefly lights up the boats in Elie Harbour in Fife. Picture captured by John Mitchell from Lower Largo.
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Image caption, John McKenna from Coatbridge in North Lanarkshire took this shot of waves battering the sea walls at Anstruther in Fife.
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Image caption, Tibor, the one-eyed tiger, is pictured showing his fangs at Edinburgh Zoo. Taken by Alan Waddell from Stirling.
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Image caption, Graham Harris Graham from South Alloa took this atmospheric shot of Dunmore Estate ruin near Airth in Falkirk.
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Image caption, Mark Malaczynski from Edinburgh sent in this image of the Cromarty Firth looking scorched by the sunset.
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Image caption, This frog looks fascinated by the spawn filling the pond in Walter Ritchie's back garden in Kilmartin, Argyll.
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Image caption, Gordon Tennant from Livingston captured this image of kite flyers at the top of Schiehallion in Perth and Kinross.
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Image caption, Graham Duncan from Dundee captured this frantic moment as the hungry gulls in St Andrews try to catch a piece of bread.
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Image caption, This dramatic sky was pictured over Great Cumbrae and Bute by Janet Parker from Largs.
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Image caption, This charismatic grasshopper was photographed by Rachael Jones on a sunny day in Glenrothes.
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Image caption, This long and winding road made quite an impression on James McDonald as he walked near Gairloch.
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Image caption, Rod Wilson from California took this impressive shot of Abraham Lincoln's statue in Calton Old Burial Ground during a visit to Edinburgh.
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Image caption, A Highland Cow licks his lips at Creag Meagaidh nature reserve in the Highlands. Picture by John Sharp from Roslin, Midlothian.

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