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Your Pictures of Scotland: 18-25 March

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image captionNiall Wallace from Fife said while he was visiting Islay and waiting for the ferry he took a wander round Port Askaig and the Paps of Jura made an excellent backdrop for these two gulls "chatting".
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image captionHungarian Martin Perhiniak said he spent a few days in Edinburgh photographing the sites and especially liked this scene on the Royal mile.
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image captionMehul Ruparel from Glasgow took this photograph of a blue tit enjoying the spring shoots on the trees in Kelvingrove park.
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image captionAngus Chisholm from Inverness sent in this photo of a Red deer at Glen Etive in Glencoe. He said the deer seemed happy to hang around to allow him to get a few photos but unfortunately would not allow him to get close enough to trim the hair in his ears.
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image captionJonathan Manson from Edinburgh took this picture at Loch Linnhe. He said he and a friend were driving on the A82 when his friend noticed the sun breaking through the clouds and they had to capture the scene. He said it was 'truly beautiful'.
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image captionStephen Spiers from Blantyre sent in this photograph after a day spent on the slopes at Glencoe Mountain ski resort. He said it was a day of outstanding sun and fantastic snow.
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image captionGeorge Markie from Dundee took this photo on 22 March of four Tornados from 111(F) Squadron, making a flypast at RAF Leuchars in Fife to mark both the disbanding of the squadron and the retirement from service of the Tornado F3.
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image captionAlyson Smethurst said she and friends had a stunning day on the slopes at Cairngorm.
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image captionSylvia Beaumont sent us this picture of the West Bay, North Berwick, taken whilst walking alongside the golf course.
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image captionEric Niven from Dundee was out for a walk in the Glen Clova area last Sunday, he said the frogs seemed to be appreciating the change in the weather.
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image captionDavid Cooper from Motherwell took this photo of a brave Graeme Hyslop. the principal of Langside College in Glasgow - being gunged to raise fund for Comic Relief’s Red Nose day.
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image captionA photograph of the 'Super moon' rising over the flats opposite Mark Harding's home in Edinburgh.
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image captionRob Ware said his dog, Dali enjoyed an afternoon on the hills in Sleat, Isle of Skye. He said "One could say a smaller canine version of the 'Monarch of the Glen'."

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