More Simple Pleasures...

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Written by Carl

Here's another fine crop of your Simple Pleasures photos, starting with one that would melt even the coldest of hearts...

Sheila Innes

Sheila Innes from Aberdeen College ventured out in the rain and snow over the Easter holidays and was thrilled to see a couple of hundred harbour seals at the mouth of the River Ythan, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire including this little pup who quickly wriggled off into the sea.

Sarah Guy

Sarah Guy was walking on the St Cuthbert's Trail and snapped this little chaffinch.

Janette Millar

This atmospheric shot of the Glenfinnan Viaduct was taken by Janette Millar from Glasgow City Council whilst on holiday.

Linda McDonald

This amazing picture of a monkey puzzle tree covered in snow was sent in by Linda McDonald from Aberdeenshire Council.

Joe Brown

Joe Brown from the Scottish Government took this summery picture of the River Avon near Linlithgow.

Donna MacKenzie

Donna MacKenzie from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has been taking the family out walking, whether they want to or not! Here they are on a hill overlooking Loch Rannoch.

Ann Lee

This view of Ross-shire was taken from Meallfuarvone by Linda Sutherland from the Shirlie Project.

Ozer Akin

This waterfall was snapped by Ozer Akin from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde on a trip to the North of Scotland.

Mary Holligan

Mary Holligan sent this photo from her phone of a family walk to Loch Brandy in Glen Clover with the additional element of some fun in the snow.

Laura Taylor

This photo was taken by Laura Taylor from Aker Solutions. Laura said, "the rope bridge is for red squirrels, it allows them to cross a small river, unfortunately they weren't available for a photo that day!"

There's still time to enter. Email your photos to walkatwork@pathsforall.org.uk no later than 5pm on Tuesday 17 April.

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