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Your pictures of Scotland: 30 March - 6 April

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image captionMairi and Aonghas kayaked in the Sound of Sleat off the Isle of Skye. Fellow student Anna MacKenzie took the photo. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image captionSeveral pairs of boots needed drying after a day on snow-covered Beinn a Chearchaill, near Loch Maree. Kate Somervail's were among them.
image captionControlled burning of grass in the hills above Dalmally in Argyll was photographed by Mairi Keenan.
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image captionThe view of Glasgow from David Lambie's hotel. He was there on a weekend break from Perth.
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image captionJupiter and Venus are visible over the village of Elphin, near Ullapool, at dusk. Alex Latta, from Bonnyrigg, said Cul Mor is the mountain in the background.
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image captionA worker walks along scaffolding on the new roof on Waverley railway station. Photo by Hon W Yau from Edinburgh.
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image captionFishermen in the River Tweed. Fiona Matheson from Melrose, in the Scottish Borders was walking along the river bank when she saw them.
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image captionCatriona fed a squirrel in the Botanic Gardens while mum Lisa MacKinnon, from Glasgow, looked on.
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image captionA tree on the banks of Loch Lomond. Paul Sillitoe was on holiday from Lancashire at the end of March.
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image captionBrian Hutchison, from Dundee, had planned a 'nice spring walk' in Glen Doll. Winter weather on 3 April turned the landscape into a winter wonderland.
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image captionJohn Hastings, from East Kilbride, took this photo in Jackton.
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image captionA walk along the harbour in St Andrews is how Kim Bennett starts her day.
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image captionThe flowers in Ken Ross's garden in Inverness survived the snow.
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image captionMohammed Salah, from Kuwait, spied these guillemots during a visit to Fowlsheugh nature reserve in Aberdeenshire.
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image captionThe water looks inviting at the Seilebost side of the estuary on the Isle of Harris. Emma Anderson said there were snow showers and the temperature was less than 4 degrees when she took the photo.

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