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Your pictures of Scotland: 26 October - 2 November

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image copyrightTommy Daly
image captionTommy Daly, from Rhu, thought the walk up Beinn Chaorach above Glen Fruin was too much for daughter Arielle. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
image copyrightDanny McEleney
image captionA runner tumbles during a race in Edinburgh on Sunday. Photo by Danny McEleney from Paisley.
image copyrightJune and Ian Grey
image captionAn attempt to relax in Embo. His companions had other ideas. Photo sent in by June and Ian Grey from Bishopbriggs.
image copyrightTed Ling
image captionThe moon rose over Learney Hill and the village of Torphins on Monday evening as Ted Ling was returning home.
image copyrightHelen Davidson
image captionDusk was falling when Helen Davidson saw this angler by the River Ayr at Muirkirk.
image copyrightKen Ross
image captionA bowl of chilllies freshly picked from Ken Ross's greenhouse in Inverness.
image copyrightKathryn Wagner
image captionCharlie was not posing for a picture on the beach on Iona but waiting for Kathryn Wagner, from Troon, to throw the ball. The Isle of Mull is in the background.
image copyrightSarah McMichael
image captionA view of Schiehallion. Sarah McMichael chose a spot above Loch Rannoch to take the photo on Sunday.
image copyrightTom Barnes
image captionTom Barnes, from Glenrothes, came across this gate while walking through Lower Largo in Fife.
image copyrightAlan Brown
image captionCyclists took note of the fact that it was Halloween when they took part in the cyclocross event on Craigmillar Hill in Edinburgh. Photo by Alan Brown.
image copyrightBarclay Price
image captionGalloway cows - the breed and not the place. Barclay Price, from Edinburgh, saw them relaxing in autumn sunshine near Melrose.
image copyrightSarah Quinn
image captionTrees line the banks of the River Garry. Sarah Quinn, from Edinburgh, thought the colours were stunning.
image copyrightDouglas Gilmour
image captionSir Chris Hoy at the velodrome named after him in Glasgow. Douglas Gilmour, from Falkirk, said Sir Chris 'appeared to meander along in the first lap of a race' on Saturday.
image copyrightGordon Nicholson
image captionThe Falls of Dochart, in Killin, were good enough for a picture for Gordon Nicholson from Denny.
image copyrightMichael Leek
image captionMichael Leek from Portknockie watched as gale force winds and waves pounded the harbour.

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