Your pictures of Scotland: 1 - 8 March

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image copyrightJimmy Whyte
image captionA view of Coire an t-Sneachda at Cairngorm. Jimmy Whyte said there is nowhere better after two weeks offshore. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image copyrightTony McNair
image captionA drilling rig near Airth. Tony McNair said this could be a common sight in the Forth Valley.
image copyrightDavid T Walker
image captionThe Portsoy Skiffettes prepare to launch Soy Quine. David T Walker, from Premnay, said it took them months to build the skiff.
image copyrightKathleen Cowan
image captionKathleen Cowan says she is envious of her sister who has this view of Bunessan from her home on the Isle of Mull.
image copyrightSue Edwards
image captionBest turnip at the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone. Sue Edwards, from Inverurie, was there on Wednesday.
image copyrightMartin Mann
image captionThe old pile lighthouse in the River Tay with Broughty Ferry in the background. Photo by Martin Mann.
image copyrightIain MacNicol
image captionA race between the swans and boats from the pier in Oban harbour. Iain MacNicol, from Cairnbaan, found the scene too good to resist taking a photo.
image copyrightIain G MacLeod
image captionLocal artist John Clark created this new window in Paisley Abbey. Iain G MacLeod, from Barrhead, was most impressed.
image copyrightBrian Cairns
image captionAn odd place for a pedestrian crossing? Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, thinks so. He spotted this painting at a set of traffic lights.
image copyrightDerek Sime
image captionA path in Glen Vorlich above Loch Earn. Derek Sime, from Stirlling, was there at the weekend.
image copyrightScott Gosz
image captionScott Gosz from Charlestown, Fife, experimented with steel wool photography.
image copyrightZoe Hargraves
image captionBuddo Rock along the Fife Coastal Trail between Crail and St. Andrews. The rock reminded Zoe Hargraves of the Apostles on the Great Ocean Road in Australia.
image copyrightBob Bell
image captionThe first flowers have blossomed in Bob Bell's garden in Dunbar, East Lothian.
image copyrightPaul McGuigan
image captionA paraglider tries to get airborne. Paul McGuigan, from Stirling, was walking along east and west Lomond when he saw him.
image copyrightRob Ware
image captionThe council's mobile library on the Aird road in Sleat. Rob Ware, from the Isle of Skye, enjoys the view over the Sound of Sleat to Knoydart and Loch Nevis.

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