Your pictures of Scotland: 9 - 16 OctoberPublished22 October 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightGary Hodgsonimage captionA snow patch near Loch Avon in the Cairngorms was photographed by Gary Hodgson from Aviemore. Send your pictures to email@example.com copyrightSteve Brownimage captionThe view of Biggar and the Southern Uplands from 3,000ft up. Steve Brown was on a hang glider between Tinto Hill and Broughton.image copyrightLinda McAleerimage captionLinda McAleer, from Glasgow, had a "colourful, musical, magical night out" at the Enchanted Forrest in Faskally Wood, Pitlochry.image copyrightPauline Symaniakimage captionPauline Symaniak walked through Birnam Wood on the way to Birnam Hill.image copyrightKevin Marshallimage captionBoats on Loch Leven. Photo by Kevin Marshall from Kinross.image copyrightKatherine Blumimage captionKatherine Blum, from Glasgow, climbed Aonach Eagach with boyfriend Adam while on a week's holiday.image copyrightRob Wareimage captionCastle Stalker on Tuesday evening. Rob Ware was on his way back to the Isle of Skye.image copyrightIan Bowieimage captionIan Bowie, from Burntisland, watched the sun set over the town.image copyrightBrian Coggansimage captionSea gulls in Pittenweem. Photo by Brian Coggans.image copyrightPamela Cruickshanksimage captionAutumn has hit The Gyle, Edinburgh. Photo by Pamela Cruickshanks from Lundin Links.image copyrightDenis Taylorimage captionSunrise over Dornoch dunes looking towards Portmahomack. Photo by Denis Taylor from Falkirk.image copyrightQuincey Matthewimage captionA day out in Eskrigg Nature Reserve, Lockerbie. Photo by Quincey Matthew from Annan.image copyrightAlison McNeilimage captionSwans in Castle Semple Loch. Alison McNeil, from Lochwinnoch, was there on Wednesday morning.image copyrightGary Marshallsayimage captionA view of Loch Ness from Foyers. Photo by Gary Marshallsay from Falkirk.image copyrightDougie Watsonimage captionStornoway harbour. Photo by Dougie Watson.image copyrightLesley-Ann McCabeimage captionConker season is upon us. Lesley-Ann McCabe was in Dunfermline.image copyrightLucy Arnoldimage captionA calm Loch Laide at Abriachan. Lucy Arnold, from Kiltarlity, was on her way home on Tuesday evening.image copyrightAndrew Patersonimage captionWarm weather at the weekend meant plenty of frogs in a burn near Croy, Inverness. Photo by Andrew Paterson.image copyrightBill Grenimage captionThe war memorial at Rowardennan. Bill Gren thought it looked like a Stargate from the TV series.image copyrightRobyn Shillandimage captionRobyn Shilland, from the Black Isle, spent the weekend climbing Ben Wyvis with Pete.image copyrightJim Sutherlandimage captionJim Sutherland, from Shieldaig, led a group of climbers over Liathach, near Torridon, on Tuesday.image copyrightEilidh McNicolimage captionA spider's web in Clovenfords, Scottish Borders. Photo by Eilidh McNicol.image copyrightBill Meikleimage captionChristopher and Lucas paddle in Coldingham Bay on a sunny October day. Photo by Bill Meikle.image copyrightEileen Fergusonimage captionA view of Loch Sheil. Eileen Ferguson, from Mallaig, visited Glenfinnan monument on Monday.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your picturesPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.