Your pictures of Scotland: 14 - 21 OctoberPublished21 October 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage sourceOtherimage caption"I loved how the water had black and white tinges to it," said Michael Moverley who took this picture of the Bridge of Feugh, near Banchory in Aberdeenshire. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage sourceOtherimage captionCameron and Coco checked out the first fall of snow this winter on Ben Vorlich at Loch Earn. Picture from David Clark.image sourceOtherimage captionDanuta McLaughlin, from Paisley, captured this stunning view from a bridge over the River Clyde in Glasgow as the morning sky reflected in the water.image sourceOtherimage captionAngus Chisholm, from Inverness, snapped this red squirrel as it "bustled about in the fallen autumn leaves" in woodland near Dores, Inverness.image sourceOtherimage captionThis striking image shows "Glasgow's very own Flat Iron building" at Eglinton Toll, and was taken by Neil McDermott with his new phone on his way to work.image sourceOtherimage captionMark Adamson, from Newton Mearns, took this picture of Kirsty taking mum Allison and grandpa Graeme, along with baby brother Gregor (in a papoose) for a refreshing paddle in the sea at Carnoustie.image sourceOtherimage captionWendi Dwyer who sent in this photograph called it "Mexican standoff" It shows protesters camped in front of the Royal Bank of Scotland in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh. It was taken by James Duff.image sourceOtherimage captionWalter McLaren captured the autumn colours on Currie Road in Galashiels near the town centre.image sourceOtherimage captionTom Dunlop from East Kilbride took this photo of the Waverley paddle steamer's last sail from Glasgow this season, with the new Riverside Museum in the background.image sourceOtherimage caption"Even though the temperature was in single figures the flowers looked very healthy. For a moment it seemed like summer!," said Jeannie Cooper who spotted this garden full of dahlias on a walk round Errol in Perthshire.image sourceOtherimage captionA group of people enjoy a "sunset stroll" at Cramond Beach in Edinburgh. Picture taken by Sean Young.image sourceOtherimage captionAnne Cheeney and Kristina MacInnes said they got some "fantastic shots" of Victoria Dock in Dundee on a very clear and still night. This one shows HMS Unicorn and the city's clock tower.image sourceOtherimage captionPreparations in Peterhead for a 5 November bonfire. "A cool shape!" said Catherine Campbell from Ellon in Aberdeenshire who took the picture.image sourceOtherimage captionThis picture taken from Elgol on the Isle of Skye shows the view across Loch Scavaig to the Black Cuillin Hills. Taken by Alan Calder from Nairn.image sourceOtherimage captionMartin Kubes from Iona captured the action at this year's Mull Rally. He said: "It was a really tough one this year, very wet and slippery."More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.