Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 NovemberPublished15 November 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Annette WalczynskaImage caption, The Lammermuir Hills on Sunday morning. Annette Walczynska was returning to Edinburgh following a trip to Holland. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsImage source, John HughesImage caption, A trawler was in for repair in Girvan boatyard. John Hughes, from Motherwell, liked the colour of the boat and timber supports.Image source, Jonathan BatesImage caption, Sunset over Stratheden hospital in Fife. Photo by Jonathan Bates.Image source, John and Liz DenneyImage caption, Leaves on a red acer tree in John and Liz Denney's garden, in Cumbernauld, on Remembrance Sunday.Image source, David BarnettImage caption, A surfer 'finishes his shift' at Spey Bay, Moray, seen by David Barnett, from Fochabers.Image source, Darren BroganImage caption, Autumnal leaves against a blue sky in woods near Strathyre. Darren Brogan, from Dunfermline, and his friends were in the midst of a snow storm just an hour later.Image source, David CoffieldImage caption, Wet elbows and knees for David Coffield, from Edinburgh, to get this shot of frost.Image source, John McLennanImage caption, John McLennan was in Fortrose on a misty morning.Image source, Andy HaldaneImage caption, Mugdock reservoir on Sunday afternoon. Andy Haldane, from Glasgow, said the scene looked as though it were from another age.Image source, Ross MacIntyreImage caption, Snow on Ben Lawers by Loch Tay. Photo by Ross MacIntyre from Perth.Image source, David DonachieImage caption, David Donachie, from Dundee, enjoyed the view of Oban harbour.Image source, Gary CousinImage caption, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, with Glasgow University in the background. Photo by Gary Cousin from Newton Mearns.Image source, Stuart CrichtonImage caption, Stuart Crichton, from Fishross, said wellingtons were "out in force" at grandparents' house.Image source, Chris O'SheaImage caption, Chris O'Shea and sister Francesca used face paints to prepare for the Movember run on Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh, on 9 November.Image source, Nigel KirbyImage caption, Boats moored in Balloch. Nigel Kirby was there on Sunday.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.