Your pictures of Scotland: 5 - 12 April

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image source, Brian Hughes
image captionMen at work at Waverley Station in Edinburgh. Photo by Brian Hughes from Wishaw. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image source, Hugh Simons
image captionA view of Sgurr Alasdair from the In Pinn or Inaccessible Pinnacle on the Isle of Skye. Hugh Simons was there with the Strathclyde University mountaineering club.
image source, Michael Fedigan
image captionThe Hindu spring festival of Holi was celebrated in Rouken Glen Park in East Renfrewshire on Saturday. Michael Fedigan was there to see people throw bright colours over each other symbolising the arrival of spring.
image source, Andy MacInnes
image captionThis little chap survived a muir fire in Achmore. Andy MacInnes says he 'has no idea what species' it is.
image source, Helen Thom
image captionAlex posed for a photo in the round tower beside Brechin Cathedral. Mum Helen Thom, from Tullibody, said it was 'a dreich spring day'.
image source, Phil Morrison
image captionDad Phil Morrison, from Westhill, Aberdeenshire, took this photo of his daughters and some buoys in Pennan.
image source, Katy Nelson
image captionKaty Nelson, from Hopeman in Moray, had used the kayak to paddle out and see the sperm whale in Oban Bay at the weekend.
image source, Sandra Jones
image captionBalloons illustrated the science festival at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Sandra Jones was most impressed.
image source, Claire Belshaw
image captionClaire Belshaw had a helping hand from son Callum. They were 'breaking in new ground for potatoes', at Balchladich in Assynt.
image source, Andrew Wong
image captionAndrew Wong, from Broxburn, West Lothian, was inspired by this everyday scene at his home.
image source, Ruthie Delaney
image captionA fisherman hard at work clearing the nets. Ruthie Delaney, from Lockerbie, spotted him in Annan.
image source, PAul McGuigan
image captionStevie reached the cairn at Craig Elsie. Paul McGuigan said they spent Saturday walking in the Ochil Hills near Stirling.
image source, Keith Duncan
image captionThe remains of Bothwell Castle. Susan was there with son Ethan and husband Keith Duncan.
image source, Alan Redpath
image captionSam's mum made the necessary adjustments to his wellies after he stepped in a deep rock pool. Dad Alan Redpath, from Port Glasgow, said they were on holiday at Billow Ness Beach in Anstruther.
image source, Denise Doherty
image captionDenise Doherty, from Ballyclare in County Antrim, was on holiday in Lossiemouth.

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