Your pictures of Scotland: 23-30 OctoberPublished4 November 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightKeith Brownimage captionKeith Brown, from Whickham, Tyne and Wear, watched a stormy sunset over Ardnamurchan. Send your pictures to email@example.com copyrightMargaret Squiresimage captionThe Beauly-Denny power line. Margaret Squires thought it looked like a "huge spider's web".image copyrightEric Nivenimage captionA red squirrel by Morton Lochs. Eric Niven, from Dundee, was there on Sunday.image copyrightMary Turnerimage captionLoch Lomond and Ben Lomond. Mary Turner, from Bridge of Weir, was on her way to Inveraray with friends from Canada.image copyrightDavid Goodenoughimage captionDavid Goodenough came across Loch Rannoch during a few days spent walking in Perthshire and Inverness-shire.image copyrightRohan Fultonimage captionRohan watched dad take part in the Glack attack mud run near Aberdeen. Photo sent in by Mrs I Duncan from Westhill, Aberdeenshire.image copyrightJulia Wait,image captionGlen Affric is described by Julia Wait, from Tomich, as her "back garden".image copyrightHeather Lawlorimage captionHeather Lawlor, from Tullibody, descended the Ochil Hills near Tillicoultry on Sunday. Photo sent in by Denis Taylor.image copyrightLyn Fultonimage captionLyn Fulton, from Australia, was visiting family in Perth when they stopped at Buchanty by the River Almond.image copyrightIain Reidimage captionIain Reid and family went for a walk around Ben Eighe.image copyrightBruce Cockburnimage captionFrost around Afton Reservoir. Photo by Bruce Cockburn.image copyrightHannah Kettlesimage captionHannah Kettles was in Killiecrankie on Sunday.image copyrightCarole-Ann Scottimage captionReuben searched for creepy crawlies in Devilla forest, Alloa, with his mum and dad. Photo by Carol-Ann Scott.image copyrightRussell Frithimage captionRory and Gregor raced along Glasgow's Victoria Park with dad Russell Frith.image copyrightDarren Tennantimage captionDarren Tennant, from Dundee, was on his way to Skye when he passed through Kintail by Loch Duich.image copyrightPaul Foremanimage captionPaul Foreman, from Berwick Upon Tweed, was on the road to Kinlochbervie.image copyrightAngus Laingimage captionA young toad perched on a pink ballerina waxcap fungus. Angus Laing, from Linlithgow, was in Taynish National Nature Reserve, Argyll.image copyrightRoy Karlsvikimage captionA crisp morning in Invergordon. Roy Karlsvik, from Norway, was on his way to work.image copyrightLinda McMillanimage captionLinda McMillan, from Anstruther, visited the Enchanted Forest near Pitlochry.image copyrightBrian Scottimage captionA family gathering in Dunkeld and The Hermitage for Granny Scott's 80th birthday. Photo by Brian Scott from Perth.image copyrightClive Coffeyimage captionThe north shore of Loch Hourn from Skiary. Clive Coffey, Katesbridge in County Down, was on holiday in Knoydart.image copyrightKen Millerimage captionKen Miller, from Glasgow, took this photo in the city's Botanic Gardens.image copyrightMichael Yuilleimage captionA stag in Bridge of Orchy. Michael Yuille, from Dunblane, was on a photography weekend.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.