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Your pictures of Scotland: 23 to 30 March

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 23 and 30 March. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

Danny Tennyson
Image caption Walking on water at Balmaha. Photo sent by Danny Tennyson.
Dawne McPherson
Image caption Dawne McPherson captured this Jurassic adventure
EMH
Image caption Emma Macalister Hall took this photograph of her daughter Zoƫ at Port Righ Bay in Carradale
Eric Niven
Image caption This beautiful cat, which has a touch of the wild, was guarding the cathedral gates in Dunkeld.
Gordon Moore
Image caption Under the bridges at Glasgow Central Station on a perfect spring morning, taken by Gordon Moore
Gus MacLellan
Image caption Rain clouds rolling in above Chanonry Point lighthouse. Taken while on holiday today in Inverness by Gus MacLellan
Stephen Archer
Image caption The first day of running at Bo'ness steam railway, taken by Stephen Archer
Iain Wright
Image caption Iain Wright sent this photograph of Bow Fiddle Rock in Portknockie, Moray
Janice Moir
Image caption The 08:20 ferry arriving in Brodick Harbour with Goatfell in the background. Photo by Janice Moir
John Lang
Image caption John Lang snapped this deer admiring herself in his car mirror in Glen Etive
John Van Dieken
Image caption John Van Dieken took this while charging his car at the Forth Bridges visitor car park
Kathleen Humphris
Image caption The Monarch of the Glen slipped into Kathleen Humphris' picture above Loch Tarff
Kim Walker
Image caption Kim and Neil Galligan found what they reckon is one of the best beaches in the world while visiting North Berwick for the first time on a family holiday
Lynn Cadger
Image caption Lynne Cadger photo from Leven in Fife as a wild wind whipped up the sea and the gulls around a historic beacon which was built on the rocks at East Vows in 1849. The cage at the top was apparently a refuge for shipwrecked sailors until they could be rescued.
Bob Fergus
Image caption The remains of a schooner which lies, along with various other wrecks, at the Newshot Ships Graveyard in Erskine. The site is only accessible at low tide - don't lose your wellies in the mud!
Pippa Smith
Image caption Pippa Smith took this photograph of her Labradors Macy and Caesar at Cameron House, with snowy Ben Lomond in the background
Sian Mutch
Image caption A washed up tree root photographed by Gary MacDonald on a walk along Montrose Beach
Stuart Crawford
Image caption Taking a break from kayak fishing on the western shore of Loch Lomond. Stuart Crawford sent the photo.
Charles McGuigan
Image caption A stunning shot of the sun setting over the Falkirk Wheel, taken by Charles McGuigan
Carol MacIntosh
Image caption Carol MacKintosh-Ruff was lucky to see the polar bear cub at the Highland Wildlife Park take its first swim with its mum
Callum MacFarlane
Image caption Dunottar Castle from the sky, sent by Callum MacFarlane
Tom McPherson
Image caption Leaving Burghead Harbour, captured by Tom McPherson

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