Your pictures of Scotland: 2 - 9 NovemberPublished15 November 2012SharenocloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightJon Crosbieimage captionLaga 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/bbcscotlandnewsimage copyrightFlorian Schumannimage captionA bonfire in Banchory. Florian Schumann watched the fire and fireworks with the rest of the crowd.image copyrightBeau Bissettimage captionA regular visitor to the local harbour was caught on camera by Beau Bissett from Bo'ness.image copyrightGraham Cummingsimage captionA single dewdrop by the River Conan. Photo by Graham Cummings from Inverness.image copyrightBrian Cairnsimage captionWatch out for the giant magnifying glass. Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, was in Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.image copyrightTomasz Karolakimage captionNatalie kicked leaves in Chatelherault Country Park during a walk with dad Tomasz Karolak.image copyrightRuth McLennanimage captionRuth McLennan stopped to rest during a walk from Inverarnan to Tyndrum.image copyrightIan Shawimage captionIan Shaw's view of a sunset over Glenrothes.image copyrightAileen Kincaidimage captionAileen Kincaid, from Glasgow, suggested 'worn by the sea' as the title for this shot of Anstruther.image copyrightAndrew Bannermanimage captionAndrew Bannerman's son Tom played in a rugby game at Bught Park, Inverness.image copyrightGavin Taylorimage captionReindeer grazing in the Cairngorms. Gavin Taylor, originally from Edinburgh, was on holiday from Manchester.image copyrightGordon Bennettimage captionA 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 copyrightDavid Cooperimage captionBethany was focused on taking her favourite bear for a walk. Grandad David Cooper, from Glenrothes, said she ignored the cold, wind and rain.image copyrightPhil Thomsonimage captionFinn 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 copyrightElaine Huttonimage captionMelville Street at dusk was photographed by Elaine Hutton from Edinburgh.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.