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Your pictures of Scotland: 6 - 13 April

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image captionPuppets in a Punch and Judy show. Margo Hutchison, from Bearsden, was at Stirling Castle to watch the show. 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 captionThe Cuillins were photographed from Roag on a clear evening by Richard Wood from the Isle of Skye.
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image captionNeil McKellar, from Motherwell, was among the spectators at the Davis Cup doubles game in Braehead Arena, Glasgow.
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image captionEva and mum Catherine Morrison, from Glasgow, enjoyed the view of Loch Lomond from Balmaha.
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image captionAn octopus at St Andrew's aquarium caught Gavin Carey's attention during a family day out.
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image captionAlison jumped into a bath near Redpoint by Loch Torridon. Photo by Fergus Allan.
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image captionGraeme Johnson, from Edinburgh, was walking in Perthshire when he came across this forlorn tractor. Kilnloch Rannoch and Schiehallion are in the background.
image captionKate made this Easter cake for her dad Alan McPherson from Glasgow.
image captionResidents of Port Ban, Argyll, organised a scarecrow trail. Peter Heasman, from Blantyre, said this sheep was his favourite.
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image captionThe bungee jump in Killiekrankie was a birthday present for Michelle Thomson from Edinburgh.
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image captionRoy Whittaker, from Larbert, was actually looking for the beach in Montrose when he took a wrong turn. He said this notice caused much hilarity in the car.
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image captionNeil A Feltham, from Edinburgh, saw this nom nom butterfly snacking on a banana at Butterfly World.
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image captionA slate beach in Cuan Sound. Helen McKenna, from Dumfries, was there in a kayak until the tide abated.
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image captionThe statue of Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Shona Storer, from Menstrie, captured the moment in between April showers.
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image captionStrathclyde University mountaineering club visited the Isle of Skye. Piotr Kowalczyk took his camera with him on the trip.

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