Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 November

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 9 - 16 November. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightMoira Carrigan
image captionMoira Carrigan went on a morning walk with her dog and was fortunate enough to stumble across this beautiful scene at Alloa Harbour.
image copyrightRoy Mitchell
image captionA close up of a red squirrel in action, sporting some "autumn colours" and a "well-groomed" tail. Picture by Roy Mitchell.
image copyrightPeter Montgomerie
image caption"Balloons and people" in Edinburgh. Captured by Peter Montgomerie.
image copyrightPaul Fowler
image captionPaul Fowler said he was feeling very small while looking up into the face of one of the "magnificent" Kelpies towering under a moody Scottish sky in Falkirk.
image copyrightHannah Nordlund
image captionHannah Nordlund, from Aberdeen, said she "caught these cuties smooching" in the Highland Wildlife park.
image copyrightEleanor Reavey
image captionA picture of the V&A and Discovery at sunrise in Dundee snapped by Eleanor Reavey from Dunblane.
image copyrightSimon Haliwell
image captionSimon Haliwell came across these "formidable" hay stack Beano characters while on an autumn walk at Crombie Country Park near Dundee.
image copyrightCraig Hicks
image captionCraig Hicks was welcomed with this stunning scene while on a run at Allemuir in Pentlands regional park, just south of Edinburgh.
image copyrightLiam Yule
image captionLiam Yule, who captured this vast image of the Fairy pools on the Isle of Skye, said: "Not all those who wander are lost."
image copyrightMartin Parsons
image captionA burnt-orange sunrise on Armistice Day at Burghead harbour, Moray.Picture by Martin Parsons.
image copyrightPAul Bass
image captionPaul Bass captured this fantastic image on the Isle of Jura. He said the island is "wild and beautiful" and has more deer than humans.
image copyrightBen Shakespeare
image captionBen Shakespeare pictured a tribute to the American soldiers and British crew who perished in the seas around Islay in the two troopship tragedies in 1918.
image copyrightRon Sharp
image captionRon Sharp was "chasing rainbows" in Loch Tay and managed to capture not one but two.
image copyrightPAul Dimmock
image captionThe sun caught sneaking through the November morning clouds at Loch Morlich, captured by Paul Dimmock.
image copyrightJess Allen
image captionJess Allan said Alfie, the Welsh terrier, was enjoying himself at the Sands of Sound beach in Shetland.
image copyrightEilean Low
image captionA picturesque view of the Alisa Craig behind a yellow sunset taken from Newton shore by Eilean Low.
image copyrightJulie Ross
image captionMora, the 10-year-old miniature schnauzer, out-walked owner Julie Ross when they did three peaks including Scald Law, in Midlothian, in one day.
image copyrightJacki Gordon
image captionJacki Gordon was pleased to capture a shot of this very busy little squirrel when it decided to take a "breather" in Linn Park, Glasgow.
image copyrightCurtis Welsh
image captionAt Lilliesleaf, Scottish Borders, Curtis Welsh went for a morning walk and was met with this glorious view.
image copyrightCarol Macdonald
image captionCarol Macdonald snapped this "moody" looking scene of a dusk at Glen Coe.
image copyrightEn Yin Lew
image caption"Pebbles on a beach" captured at Melbost Beach, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, by En Yin Lew.
image copyrightAnders Brown
image captionMeet the three new 'Blackie Tups' who look like they are posing for a family portrait. It was taken by Anders Brown at Macqueston Farm in Dumfriesshire.

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