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Your Pictures: 1 May - 8 May

The Howff, Dundee

Stunning spring colours in Dundee's historic graveyard, The Howff, were captured by passer-by Jim Green from Newport-on-Tay.

Loch Lochy

This panoramic view of Loch Lochy was captured by Fiona Macdonald from Dingwall en route to Inverness from Fort William.

Western harbour

"It just does not look like Edinburgh," said David Hatton from Saline, Fife, who took this picture of Western Harbour.

Red Squirrel

This Red Squirrel was photographed by Graham Gibson at the RSPB Ken-Dee nature reserve at Loch Ken.

Largs at sunset

Silhouetted palm trees at sunset on Largs promenade were photographed by the town's Edward McLaughlin.

Goat Fell

This picture of Avril Clark was taken by her husband Eric just below the top of Goat Fell on Arran.

Solway coast

James Scott submitted this photograph of a deserted beach on the Solway coast near Southerness.


"These Puffins were very entertaining while I was enjoying a wonderful day out on the Isle of Lunga," said Kirsten Goesmann from Germany.

Scrabble players

This evening game of scrabble among members of Aberdeen's Bon Accord Free Church Youth Fellowship was taken by Catriona Stewart.

Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh

Lyndsey Norton, from Polbeth, West Lothian, took this photograph from Blackford Hill of Arthur's Seat towering over Edinburgh.

Clydesdale Horses

"This was an amazing display that brought tears to the eyes," said Sue Edwards from Inverurie who took this lovely photograph at Clydesdale Heavy Horse Day, Strathorn.

Castle of Yesnaby, Orkney

Tomasz Smolinski from Aberdeen took this stunning picture of Castle of Yesnaby, a two-footed sea stack off Orkney.

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