Your pictures of Scotland: 14 - 21 NovemberPublished28 November 2014SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightMartin Douganimage captionSunset over Ettrick Bay, Isle of Bute. Martin Dougan, from Rothesay, watched the dog walkers make the most of the remaining daylight.image copyrightJackie Smithimage captionA pier at Cardwell Bay, Gourock. Jackie Smith, from Inverkip, was there on Sunday.image copyrightBrian Hughesimage captionA cob web in Wishaw. Photo by Brian Hughes.image copyrightBrian Cairnsimage captionA fox watched Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, as he walked the John Muir Way near Croy.image copyrightRichard A Cooperimage captionKieran was alone with his thoughts, and dad Richard Cooper from Glasgow, on Ben Lomond looking west towards the Arrochar Alps.image copyrightAlan Pottingerimage captionAlan Pottinger, from Edinburgh, went for a walk along the Union Canal.image copyrightLesley Tobinimage captionThe view from the summit of Driesh in the Cairngorms. Lesley Tobin, from Stirling, said cloud enveloped the entire summit within minutes.image copyrightElizabeth Ormistonimage captionDusk falls over St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile. Photo by Elizabeth Ormiston.image copyrightIan Thomsonimage captionThis colourful photo of Loch Faskally in Pitlochry was taken by Ian Thomson, from Inverness.image copyrightSimon Swalesimage captionSunset at the Queensferry Crossing with the sun about to dip below the horizon between two of the towers under construction. Photo by Simon Swales.image copyrightGiant womanimage captionThis giant woman in Glasgow seems to have found her prey. Taken by John Dyer.image copyrightGrant Scobieimage captionEthan, aged four, enjoying an afternoon doing his favourite activity - cycling on the mountain bike trails at Whitelee wind farm, Eaglesham. Photo taken by his dad Grant Scobie, from Newton Mearnsimage copyrightRoger G Copeimage captionThe sun rose above the haar on the Moray Firth. Roger G Cope watched it all from Feddon Hill.image copyrightNeil MacNeill image captionNeil MacNeill captures a dreich night in Edinburgh. He took this photo near the Omni Centre in Leith Street.image copyrightEric Nivenimage captionEric Niven from Dundee was trying to have a biscuit and some tea beside the river Tay in Dunkeld when this cheeky Robin pinched his biscuitimage copyrightNorman Williamsonimage captionTwilight view from Byres Road, Glasgow. Taken by Norman Williamson from Milngavie.image copyrightDavid Perrieimage captionDavid Perrie, from Barrhead, said this was his first visit to Culloden since the new visitor centre opened. "Have to go back and savour again the enormity of those 50 dreadful minutes on the battlefield...I could easily imagine the battle screams of the infamous Highland charge", he said.image copyrightColin Riachimage captionA party of 18 Dutchmen who came to Edinburgh on a stag weekend took in a fly-fishing lesson at Morton Reservoir near Mid Calder. Photo by Colin Riach.image copyrightSheila Jonesimage captionThis reflection of a kelpie was taken by Sheila Jones, from Lennoxtown.image copyrightLes Kirkpatrickimage captionLes Kirkpatrick from Rhonehouse took this stunning shot from Carsluith with the sun setting over Wigtown Bay. Photo sent in by Susan Mackenzie.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.