Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 NovemberPublished18 November 2011SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightOtherimage captionThe ruins of Roslin Glen Gunpowder Mills with the old water mill in the background and the disused lade on the right. Vic Sharp, from Roslin, said the area is now a country park maintained by Midlothian Council. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightOtherimage captionThe sight, or was it the smell, of heather burning in Glen Einich, Rothiemurcus, caused Paul Lees, from Glasgow, to stop and take in the scene.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe Glasgow Arc was what Jim Barclay, from Renfrewshire, meant to photograph. But the BBC Scotland building by the River Clyde caught his eye first.image copyrightOtherimage captionThe view from Blackford Hill, Edinburgh, was photographed by Clive Albert who liked the hues and colours of the trees in the fading light.image copyrightOtherimage captionCentenary Park, Airdrie, was lit up with poppies to mark Remembrance Sunday. Jim Cassidy sent in the photo of his town.image copyrightOtherimage captionTrevor Mose prepared to take a dip in Loch Venachar. Bethan Clemence, from Hertford, took the snap with Ben Venue in the background.image copyrightOtherimage captionA wooden mushroom near the forest track in Ben Venue was snapped by Scott Blair from Belshill.image copyrightOtherimage captionSunset over North Tolsta on the Isle of Lewis was a sight to behold for Donald Mackinnon and this chattering of starlings.image copyrightOtherimage captionKatrina Spoors paused during her early morning walk to Calderglen Country Park, East Kilbride, to take this photo.image copyrightOtherimage captionRichard Wood was up early in Roag to see dawn break over the Cuillin Mountains on the Isle of Skye.image copyrightOtherimage captionAt first glance this is a tree. Look more closely, as Rhys Pendred did when he saw it near the Grange cricket ground in Edinburgh, and all is not as it seems. It is actually a mast.image copyrightOtherimage captionA row of trees in Hill of Tarvit, Fife, was photographed by Ann Pettigrew from Stirling.image copyrightOtherimage captionStuart took to the water at Grey Dogs tidal overfalls, or Little Corrievreckan, between the islands of Scarba and Lunga. His wife Cathy Wagstaff said they didn't have far to travel from their home in Easdale.image copyrightOtherimage captionThis group looked pleased with themselves after completing the Fisherfield Six. Helen Cassidy said it took one day and they spent two "cosy nights" in Shenavall Bothy. Beinn Dearg Mor is in the background.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.