Here are 11 of your pictures that sum up a year of lockdown and restrictions in Scotland

It’s been a year since Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Britain was going into lockdown, changing everything for all of us.

We asked to see pictures you've taken that sum up lockdown. Here are 11 that typify the last 12 months.

Sights that would have been unthinkable back then have now become commonplace – queues outside supermarkets, rainbows in windows, boarded up restaurants and shoppers wearing masks.

We asked you for your pictures that sum up a year of restrictions, lockdowns and uncertainty.

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Here are 11 of your images of a year many of us would rather forget.

Elaine Mitchell Craig took this picture of rainbow ‘yarn bombing’ in the woods on the Battle of Falkirkmuir Trail, near Falkirk.
NHS nurse Evelyn Scott was sent a "pocket hug" from her family who have been shielding for the past year.
Paul Sudiskas' picture of his closed local pub sums up lockdown for him.
Kirstie Robertson took this picture of the new-familiar rainbows painted in windows to support key workers.
Fionna Lacey's calendar will look familiar to many of us.
Catherine Robilliard shared this picture of supporting a neighbour on his own.
Lily Hambelton took this picture of posters highlighting the plight of theatres.
Sandra Stewart captured this image when restrictions meant libraries could not lend books.
Lorraine Blyth was one of many to embrace baking over lockdown - including making these delicious-looking homemade steak bakes.
Colin Andrews took this picture of "clouds constantly changing" above his home.
Paul Beech shared this picture of a swimmer "alone but focused on the destination".
Benjamin Holm took this image of "the year spent at home".