Your pictures of Scotland: 16 - 23 NovemberPublished23 November 2012SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Kirsty Morrisimage captionKirsty Morris, from Perth, was in her garden when she spotted "a rather perturbed robin with a jazz hands coal tit". If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnewsimage source, Marianne langimage captionBoats waiting to get into the harbour were spotted by Marianne Lang from Aberdeen.image source, William Wilsonimage captionWilliam had his head and beard shaved in a Glasgow street to raise money for Children in Need.image source, Villo and Triasimage captionA kite buggy race on the beach at St Andrews. Villo and Trias, from Dundee, were out for a walk on Saturday morning.image source, Alistair Cartyimage captionJim appeared to catch the setting sun on the Isle of Shuna with dad Alistair Carty from Glasgow.image source, Alex Marrimage captionGlenfinnan monument at Loch Shiel early on Sunday morning. Alex Marr, from Edinburgh, was on a Highland break.image source, Alan Hendryimage captionInverness Castle lit up on 14 November for world diabetes day. Alan Hendry, from Wick, said other landmarks in the Highland capital also turned blue for the occasion.image source, Kenny Bairdimage captionKenny Baird was on Dundee High Street looking towards the Nethergate and Perth Road.image source, Arthur Bruceimage captionA ram in Glen Clova was photographed by Arthur Bruce from Perth.image source, Helen Cassidyimage captionGlen Pean bothy comes with badminton facilities. Helen Cassidy, from Ireland, also saw Glenfinnan viaduct, Fedden ruin and the Fords of Avon during her stay.image source, Ruth Andersonimage captionJamie came face to face with a meerkat. Mum Ruth Anderson, from Livingston, had taken him to Five Sisters Zoo in Polbeth.image source, Sylvia watsonimage captionHow many Santas are there? Sylvia Watson, from Kilmarnock, saw the entrants for the Santa charity dash gather in Ayr.image source, Lindsay Cliffordimage captionLindsay Clifford visited a donkey sanctuary at Melrose in the Borders.image source, Ian McIntoshimage captionHMS Duncan with a snowy Isle of Arran in the background. Ian McIntosh said the ship was undergoing sea trials in the Clyde.More on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.