Your pictures of Scotland: 22-29 April

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image copyrightKerri Duffy
image captionSunset over Findhorn. Photo by Kerri Duffy from Forres. Send your pictures to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk.
image copyrightNeil MacNeill
image captionA plane approaches the airport pursued by a storm. Photo by Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionThe village of Abernyte in Perthshire. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was there on Tuesday evening.
image copyrightNeil Wainwright
image captionBeinn Ghobhlach in the Scoraig Peninsula. Neil Wainwright, from Bolton, was on holiday with his wife.
image copyrightMartin Kennaway
image captionNoel Gallagher on stage in Aberdeen on Sunday. Martin Kennaway thought a gig-goer seemed to be reaching for the High Flying Bird's front man's guitar.
image copyrightAlex Hogg
image captionApril frost lay on the fields as the sun rose over Lenzie. Alex Hogg from Bishopbriggs.
image copyrightIan Hunt
image captionBen Nevis is on the horizon, left of centre. A red-roofed bothy nestles beside the river in the foreground. Ian Hunt, from Scone, was on Sgurr an Fhuarain during Sunday's hillwalking trip.
image copyrightIan Gillies
image captionIan Gillies awoke to a winter wonderland in Scarinish, in Tiree, on Thursday morning.
image copyrightAndy Forsyth
image captionThere was a clear sky over the Forth Bridge when Andy Forsyth, from Menstrie, visited at the weekend.
image copyrightCameron Mitchell
image captionThe view of Sgurr Fiona and Fisherfield Hills from top of Bidein a'Glas. Cameron Mitchell, from Dundee, was there on Saturday.
image copyrightJohn Dyer
image captionA gosling near Strathclyde Loch. Photo by John Dyer from Motherwell.
image copyrightAnn Gillies
image captionSnow-capped Cuillins on Skye. Ann Gillies, from the Isle of Raasay, took the photo on Wednesday.
image copyrightCraig Swan
image captionA flaming beacon above Collieston celebrates the Queen's 90th birthday. Craig Swan said residents "sang happy birthday, ate strawberry cake and drank fizz".
image copyrightMay Britovsek
image captionSkunk cabbage grows along the Altonburn. May Britovsek, from Nairn, says they are even found in the local golf course.
image copyrightJess Copner
image captionHeiki admired the view of Port of Ness with Jess Copner.
image copyrightAnn Pettigrew
image captionAnn Pettigrew thought of William Shakespeare's The Tempest when she saw blossom in St Andrews: "Under the blossom that hangs on the bough".
image copyrightJoanne Munro
image captionTime for a swim along the Greenock Cut. Joanne Muro, from Paisley, was there on Sunday.
image copyrightSelina Wilson
image captionSelina Wilson sent in this view of high rise flats in Glasgow from Rutherglen.
image copyrightCameron Prentice
image captionCameron Prentice took this photo of St Andrews.
image copyrightEric Smith
image captionThis view of the Ochil Hills, from Wallacestone, reminded Eric Smith of the American west.
image copyrightDonald Maclean
image captionDonald Maclean, from Renfrew, walked along Loch Quoich.

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