Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 November

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 - 15 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.

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Image source, Tony Sanderson
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Tony Sanderson took this picture in Moray, at the Bow Fiddle Rocks.
Image source, Colin Munro
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Border Terriers Nell and Bee, as seen by Colin Munro on a wintery Aberdeen beach at Footdee.
Image source, Thelma Blewitt
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Thelma Blewitt caught this squirrel looking for some lunch under cover, after sudden snowfall in Strathspey.
Image source, Leigh Black
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The V&A in Dundee and the Firth of Tay in this picture from Leigh Black.
Image source, Anna Lound
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Anna Lound captured this snowy scene on her way to Drumnadrochit.
Image source, Ross Collins
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A sunrise over Glasgow's Kelvinbridge, as seen by Ross Collins.
Image source, Helen Keenlyside
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Helen Keenlyside captured this on a morning walk through the Meadows in Edinburgh.
Image source, Fergus Muldoon
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Fergus Muldoon took this picture of a deer at Kings House, Ballachulish.
Image source, John Paterson
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Clouds hanging over the Caledonian Forest looking across to Meall a'Bhauchaille, captured by John Paterson.
Image source, Frank McCafferty
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Twice as many Kelplies in this reflective image by Frank McCafferty in Falkirk.
Image source, Harry Frickleton
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Harry Frickleton sent in this picture from his walk at Glenmore lodge, out past Lochan Uaine with his dog.
Image source, Bruce Cairns
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Bruce Cairns captured this sunset in Inverness, but asks why there is always a wheelie bin in the way when you spot a good moment?
Image source, Jane Sayliss
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A Shetland Pony caught by Jane Sayliss during a recent visit to the islands.
Image source, George Thomson
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George Thomson, from Canada, took this image of Cul Mor from Stac Pollaidh.
Image source, Vicki McLeod
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Vicki McLeod sent this picture of Ballachulish.
Image source, Allison McMahon
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Fireworks over Dundee, as seen by Allison McMahon.
Image source, Moghal Mudassar
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Moghal Mudassar sent this image in, after he and his wife visited the Storr in Skye.
Image source, Stuart Maclachlan
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An autumnal walk near Dalry in Dumfries and Galloway, as seen by Stuart Maclachlan.
Image source, Stewart McConnell
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Stewart McConnell sent this shot of the Trossachs, seen from the Crow Road on the way to Fintry.
Image source, Ross Millar
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The sun hanging low behind Buachaille Etive Mòr on the A82 from Fort William to Glasgow, as seen by Ross Millar.
Image source, Thomas Ross
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Thomas Ross sent this picture of Loch an Eilein, near Rothiemurchas, in the Cairngorms.
Image source, Ron Walker
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A sunset in the Cairngorms, sent in by Ron Walker.
Image source, Keira Riley
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Keira Riley caught her dogs enjoying the beach at Portencross, while the tide was out.
Image source, David Sky
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David Sky took this picture in Killiecrankie.
Image source, Linda Watt
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An Autumnal afternoon walk in Kenmore, sent in by Linda Watt.
Image source, Russell Eggleton
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Russell Eggleton took this picture of a swan at Haystoun, on the edge of Peebles, which he suggests looks like "a fantastical albino peacock".
Image source, Sorley Johnston
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Near the top of Mither Tap, on the Bennachie Range in Aberdeenshire, Sorley Johnston took this photo.
Image source, Gordon Bain
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Gordon Bain captured this image of Inverness Castle in the moonlight.
Image source, Yvonne Carroll
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A stag on the bay at Applecross, captured by Yvonne Carroll, with the Cuillin mountains in the background.
Image source, Paul Cooper
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Paul Cooper captured land, sea and air in this view of Arran across the Kintyre Peninsula, with Antony Gormleys sculpture, 'Land' in the foreground and a Hercules plane in the sky.
Image source, Tom Watt
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Coming down from Sgurr Eilde Mhor in the Mamores with his dad, Tom Watt took this photo.

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