Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 November

Image source, Eric Niven
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Eric Niven, from Dundee, was on his way to work on Monday when he stopped to capture the scene. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures go to
Image source, Richard Lewis
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Dusk falls over St Ninians Isle, Shetland. Photo by Richard Lewis from Sandwick in the Shetland Islands.
Image source, Andy Lawrence
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Son et lumiere told the story of Glasgow's involvement in World War One. Andy Lawrence, from Glasgow, watched the light display on the city chambers on Armistice Day.
Image source, Sharon Bunyan
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Sharon Bunyan, from Chirnside, spent "a lovely afternoon" in Spottiswoode near Westruther.
Image source, Roger Wild
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Roger Wild, from Fort William, followed the path from the north face car park to Ben Nevis.
Image source, Mark Harkin
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Glasgow's Titan Crane was lit up poppy red in honour of remembrance day. Photo by Mark Harkin from Clydebank.
Image source, Denis Taylor
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Denis Taylor was among the walkers in Colzium Estate, Kilsyth, on Sunday.
Image source, Julie Glennie
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Pitmedden in Aberdeenshire was photographed by Julie Glennie.
Image source, Luis Alguero
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The upper floor of Crathes Castle, near Banchory. Taken by Luis Alguero, from Glasgow.
Image source, ALAn Pottinger
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Alan Pottinger was at Queen's View, near Pitlochry, on Saturday, 8 November.
Image source, Jane Evans
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The aurora borealis over the Shetland Islands was photographed by Jane Evans.
Image source, Roger G Cope
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Sunrise over the Moray Firth. Roger G Cope was on Feddon Hill, Fortrose.
Image source, Neil MacNeill
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Construction of the big wheel in Princes Street was photographed by Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh.
Image source, Neil Young
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Neil Young, from Tyne and Wear, visited Glen Etive last week.
Image source, Dave Johnston
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Wellington Bridge in Torry, Aberdeen. Dave Johnston, from Peterhead, took this picture on Sunday.

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