Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 November

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Image source, Jon Crosbie
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Laga Bay, Ardnamurchan, by Jon Crosbie. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Image source, Florian Schumann
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A bonfire in Banchory. Florian Schumann watched the fire and fireworks with the rest of the crowd.
Image source, Beau Bissett
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A regular visitor to the local harbour was caught on camera by Beau Bissett from Bo'ness.
Image source, Graham Cummings
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A single dewdrop by the River Conan. Photo by Graham Cummings from Inverness.
Image source, Brian Cairns
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Watch out for the giant magnifying glass. Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, was in Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.
Image source, Tomasz Karolak
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Natalie kicked leaves in Chatelherault Country Park during a walk with dad Tomasz Karolak.
Image source, Ruth McLennan
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Ruth McLennan stopped to rest during a walk from Inverarnan to Tyndrum.
Image source, Ian Shaw
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Ian Shaw's view of a sunset over Glenrothes.
Image source, Aileen Kincaid
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Aileen Kincaid, from Glasgow, suggested 'worn by the sea' as the title for this shot of Anstruther.
Image source, Andrew Bannerman
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Andrew Bannerman's son Tom played in a rugby game at Bught Park, Inverness.
Image source, Gavin Taylor
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Reindeer grazing in the Cairngorms. Gavin Taylor, originally from Edinburgh, was on holiday from Manchester.
Image source, Gordon Bennett
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A fireworks display in Glasgow Green on Guy Fawkes night. Gordon Bennett, from East Kilbride, found a spot on Bells Bridge with his bored son Nathan "waiting patiently" beside him.
Image source, David Cooper
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Bethany was focused on taking her favourite bear for a walk. Grandad David Cooper, from Glenrothes, said she ignored the cold, wind and rain.
Image source, Phil Thomson
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Finn tried to get a better view of Flanders Moss, near Thornhill, Stirlingshire. Dad Phil Thomson, from Balfron, was on the observation tower at the time.
Image source, Elaine Hutton
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Melville Street at dusk was photographed by Elaine Hutton from Edinburgh.

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