Your pictures of Scotland: 1 - 8 November
- 8 November 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 1 and 8 November.
Neist Point lighthouse and the Little Minch with the Outer Hebrides beyond. Michael Bain, from South Queensferry, spent the weekend on the Isle of Skye. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Kathleen Cameron watched fireworks illuminate "Broons But n Ben" and Loch Shin on 5 November.
Mist hanging around the Pentland Hills. Colin Myers, from Edinburgh, was at the castle when he took this photo.
Scott Blair, from Bellshill, took this photo of a "fairly laid-back stag" against the backdrop of Loch Quoich in Knoydart.
Emma helped the north wind blow during a visit to Mossmorran wind farm, in Fife, with dad Kevin Marshall.
Sam enjoyed the view of North Queensferry with mum Jillian Yacomine from Dunfermline.
Barry Cassidy and Graeme, pictured, were three quarters of the way up Buachaille Etive Mor when the clouds closed in and snow arrived.
Pitmedden Forest near Auchtermuchty. Keith Proven, from Cupar, said the scene reminded him of a stained glass window.
The control tower at Edinburgh airport, which was lit up for Remembrance Sunday. Photo by Kevin Davidson, from Grangemouth,
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Waves crash along the coast at Cullen, Moray. Photo by David T Walker from Premnay.
The M8 from a footbridge near Livingston. Early winter nights give Stuart McMillan opportunity for night-time photography.
A foam fight in St Salvator's Quad at St Andrews University. Kim Bennett was there on Raisin Monday.
A field of silk or too many spider webs to count? Alan Orr and wife Pat were out walking the dog in a field near Pittenweem.
Firefighters prepare the war memorial in Fort William for Remembrance Sunday. Photo by James Porter.
The Falls of Dochart at Killin. Ken Davies, from Falkirk, was out on his motorbike when he took this photo.
Sunset over Loch Tay. Photo by Euan Kennedy from Aberdeen.