Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 NovemberPublished16 November 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Claire MacDonaldImage caption, Apple trees in Claire MacDonald's garden, in Forfar, are ready for harvest. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, Allan BovillImage caption, Allan Bovill, from Glasgow, saw a farmer on the Isle of Skye clearing hay bales from the roadside. They had just been delivered by an articulated lorry and would keep his livestock going through the winter.Image source, Blaize MartinImage caption, Blaize Martin was out for a brisk walk when she came across people flying kites in Arbroath.Image source, John GirvanImage caption, The Royal British Legion's service of remembrance at Grangemouth Cenotaph on Remembrance Day. John Girvan, from Camelon in Falkirk, said he was honoured to take the photo.Image source, Matthew MooreImage caption, Contrasting colours of Marischal College and the sky above prompted Matthew Moore, from Aberdeen, to reach for his camera.Image source, Carol Ann McGlynnImage caption, Colourful leaves in Ross Hall Park were photographed by Carol Ann McGlynn from Glasgow.Image source, Craig MartinImage caption, Stuart and Matthew took a well earned break while climbing Stob Coire Sgreamhach and Bidean nam Bian in Glen Coe on Saturday. Craig Martin said they also saw the stag of the Lost Glen.Image source, Lisa FyfeImage caption, The 40th Aberdeen (Mannofield) Brownies raised £42.75 by using pennies to make a Pudsey for Children in Need.Image source, Brendan MurphyImage caption, The switch on of the Christmas lights drew the crowds, including Brendan Murphy from Coatbridge, to George Square, Glasgow.Image source, Willie WilsonImage caption, Willie Wilson was on a supply ship in the North Sea on Thursday morning when he saw the sunrise creating this sun dog effect.Image source, Paul FlatleyImage caption, How many rings on the log in Rannoch Forest? Paul Flatley's wife Helen counted 50.Image source, David LinkieImage caption, A rainbow over locks along the Caledonian Canal. David Linkie was on holiday with family and friends in Fort Augustus.Image source, Elaine MalcolmImage caption, Lulu enjoyed a birthday drink, said owner Elaine Malcolm from Bishopton.Image source, Dave MarleyImage caption, Around 60 waxwings descended on a rowan tree in Dave Marley's front garden in Gairloch.Image source, AiylaImage caption, Finn, a 10-month-old Newfoundland pup, on Meigle beach near Skelmorlie.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.