Your pictures of Scotland: 1 November - 8 November

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 1 November - 8 November. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk. Please ensure you adhere to the BBC's rules regarding photographs which can be found here.

Image source, Dan Turner
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Dan Turner captured this image of Glen Coe looking "splendid".
Image source, Sarah Jane Nelson
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Islay, a nine-week-old Cockapoo, pictured here enjoying autumn in her new garden in North Berwick.
Image source, Lorna McConnachie
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Lorna McConnachie photographed her son at Ecclesgreig Castle in St Cyrus.
Image source, Mark Torrie
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Mark Torrie from Paisley visited Arrochar and loved the reflections on Loch Long.
Image source, Pamelajane Sproul
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Billy the poodle was enjoying an autumn morning walk when Pamelajane Sproul took this picture.
Image source, Gordon Stewart
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Gordon Stewart from Hamilton, Lanarkshire snapped this photograph of the Lady of the Lake arriving at Stronachlacher on Loch Katrine.
Image source, Michael Flanagan
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Michael Flanagan took this picture of some mussels at golden hour while on a weekend break near Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway.
Image source, Kenny Maccormack
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Kenny Maccormack has captured this sunrise at The Cobbler.
Image source, David Aire
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David Aire took this photo of a Highland Cow sticking out its tongue at Pollok Park, Glasgow.
Image source, Kenneth Gilmour
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Kenneth Gilmour took this photo at Strathaven Bonfire Night.
Image source, Pavan Raju
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This picture was taken from the top of Dundee Law by Pavan Raju, overlooking the firework display in Lochee Park.
Image source, Tomasz Jablonski
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Tomaz Jablonski took this shot of Ben Lomond looking over hills from the summit of Beinn Ime.
Image source, Terri Gauld
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Terri Gauld from Glenrothes, Fife captured this moment during the firework show at Beveridge Park in Kirkcaldy.
Image source, Ian Davidson
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Ian Davidson from Perth took this photo of the Scott Monument as it "comes alive at night."
Image source, David Cooper
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David Cooper captured this sunset at Montrose Basin on his first visit to the area.
Image source, Phil Ashby
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Phil Ashby said: "I met this chap taking in the morning sun during an early morning walk up Ben Cruachan."
Image source, Lynsey Siveyer
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Lynsey and her two boys Hamish and Crawford hiked to take in this view of Old Man of Storr towards Rona and Applecross.
Image source, Fiona Duff
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Fiona Duff visited the waterfall at The Hermitage nature reserve in Dunkeld and captured this image.
Image source, Robert Cavaye
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Murray, a three-year-old Viszla, enjoyed going up Beinn Teallach and Beinn a'Chaorainn near Spean Bridge.
Image source, Mark Shone
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Mark Shone took this photograph between Rannoch Moor and Glen Coe.
Image source, Emma Cull
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This squirrel visited 12-year-old Emma Cull's garden, searching for food in Irvine.
Image source, Alan Marshall
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Alan Marshall photographed this sunset over Oban Bay.

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