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Last Updated: Friday, 19 May 2006, 10:41 GMT 11:41 UK
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Hamish the cairn terrier

Hamish the cairn terrier takes a well earned rest after climbing Cul Mor in Assynt, sent in by Les Fitton from Bolton

Crichton Castle

Young Adelaide sets off to visit Crichton Castle near Gorebridge, sent in by mum Katrina Bigg

Pier jumping

Andrew Bradley sent in this picture of his friends making the most of the good weather by throwing themselves off the St Andrews pier in Fife

Bluebell woods

Phyllis Gautier sent in this picture of the bluebell woods in Glasgow's Pollok Park


I love to ride my tricycle - 14-month-old Charlie on a day out to Vogrie Country Park, sent in by mum Jacqueline MacMillan from Gorebridge in Midlothian

Tulliallan and Kincardine Parish Church

Brian Doig, from East Kilbride, captured the contrast of the Tulliallan and Kincardine Parish Church in Fife against bright flats

St Kilda

Iain Macaulay from Stornoway sent in this shot of himself with Amy enjoying a sunny day on St Kilda - the remotest part of the British Isles

Making sand castles

Angus prepares to unveil his sand castle during a holiday in Gairloch, Wester Ross, sent in by dad Peter Maciver

Jags fans before the game

Partick Thistle fans enjoy the new sunny al fresco drinking available in Maryhill, Glasgow, since smoking was banned in pubs, sent in by Foster Evans

Fine old cars

Beth Loft from Glenlivet says it was a rare treat to see some fine old cars pass through her town during the HERO Scottish Malts Reliability Trial

Funnel cloud

Kirsten Anderson spotted this funnel cloud during a storm over Ayr - luckily it didn't become a fully-fledged tornado

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