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Your pictures of Scotland: 4 - 11 November

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image captionFireworks on 5 November lit up the night sky over Perth and the River Tay. Roddy McKenna, from Dundee, found a good vantage point on Smeaton's Bridge. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image captionA misty morning in Strathearn. Keith Sully, from Crieff, stayed firmly on the ground to take this photo.
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image captionClay pigeon shooting, picturesque sunsets, fireworks and a party made a great weekend for Euan Bruce and friends who were celebrating Michael's stag party by Loch Insch.
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image captionAndy Scott's sculpture has been adorned with a poppy for Armistice Day. Gary Brown from Glasgow took the picture along the M8 for a friend who wanted to see it.
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image captionSunlight streamed through the tress in Mugdock Country Park. Donald McIntosh, from Milngavie, was out on his mountain bike.
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image captionThe summit of Carn Liath at Beinn a'Ghlo was the third Munro in one day for David Hodgson and Jonny from Edinburgh.
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image captionDuring a visit to RSPB Vane Farm, Fiona Scott, from Edinburgh, thought she cheated when she noted this bird as one of the migratory waterfowl.
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image captionFishermen brave the weather at Thorntonloch beach in East Lothian. Philip Broadbent, from Edinburgh, also faced the dreich conditions to take the photo.
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image captionThe Paterson family, from Inverness, enjoyed a day on Nairn beach. Mum Joanne sent the photo in.
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image captionThe sun was beginning to set when Chris Cameron and family stopped off at Troon beach.
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image captionA precast bridge was put in place at an open cast mine in New Cumnock. Jamie Robertson said it took three days to construct.
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image captionThis Dalek was ready to be exterminated as it sat on a bonfire in Aberlady. Wull Taylor, from Pencaitland, was out on his motorbike when he came across it.
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image captionAberdeen harbour control tower is in the foreground in this photo taken by Ross Gregory and Nicola Gribbin from Glasgow.
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image captionAnne Barlow went for a walk in Haddington when she spotted this flower. Is it a rosehip?
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image captionDo the leaves on trees lining a country road near St Andrews actually merge, or is it fancy camera work by Alec Davies from Kikcaldy.

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