Your pictures of Scotland: 30 October - 6 NovemberPublished6 November 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightJim Montanaimage captionFog rolls off the cliffs in the Scottish Borders. Photo by Jim Montana from Burnmouth. Send your pictures to email@example.com copyrightIain Stuartimage captionIain Stuart was on the Isle of Staffa.image copyrightAndrew Morganimage captionAndrew Morgan, from Edinburgh, visited Benmore Botanic Garden in Argyll.image copyrightCraig Coventryimage captionFireworks lit up the night sky over North Berwick. Photo by Craig Coventry.image copyrightDerek Ryanimage captionA green flash at sunrise was caught on camera by Derek Ryan from Tarves.image copyrightJulie McLellanimage captionJulie McLellan, from Melrose, visited Beecraigs Park in Linlithgow.image copyrightMike Donaldimage captionGeese take flight near Loch of Skene. Photo by Mike Donald, from Dunecht, Aberdeenshireimage copyrightDavid Perrieimage captionIn clearing out the greenhouse for winter David Perrie, from Barrhead, opted for a hands-off approach.image copyrightLawrie Mcinallyimage captionFog settled around Springburn Park in Glasgow on Saturday night. Photo by Lawrie Mcinally.image copyrightDavid Morganimage captionA boat sails south along the Firth of Clyde. David Morgan, from Cumnock, said the hills above Dunoon can be seen above the low cloud.image copyrightEllen Mastersimage captionEllen Masters, from Aberdeen, went for a walk to Crathes Castle on Sunday.image copyrightSteven Collinsimage captionDuart Castle on the Isle of Mull. Steven Collins, from Stewarton, was on honeymoon.image copyrightJason Pulsonimage captionJason Pulson, from Middlesex, photographed the Wallace Monument from the grounds of Stirling Castle.image copyrightClaire Kempimage captionSunset over the River Tay with Dundee in the distance. Claire Kemp was at home in Broughty Ferry.image copyrightAngie Burgoyneimage captionAngie Burgoyne noticed this fly agaric at Sleepy Hillock, Montrose. A word of warning to be careful when you are picking mushrooms.image copyrightRoy Hendersonimage captionRoy Henderson, from Falkirk, was up early on Sunday morning to take in the view looking towards Stirling.image copyrightAlison Barclayimage captionCloud inversion over the Pentland Hills. Alison Barclay, from Edinburgh was on Allermuir Hill.image copyrightGeorge Taylorimage captionWho needs toys when leaves by the River Don provide this much fun? Photo by George Taylor from Inverurie.image copyrightAlan MacKenzieimage captionThe junction in Killin where the River Dochart flows into Loch Tay. Photo by Alan MacKenzie from Glasgow.image copyrightHannah Kettlesimage captionHannah Kettles drove to Glen Coe on Sunday.image copyrightJane MacLennanimage captionJane MacLennan watched the sun set over Gairloch on Wednesday.image copyrightEric Donaldsonimage captionThe Forth bridge was shrouded in fog on Thursday evening. Eric Donladson, from Edinburgh, thought it "added to the splendour of our newest World Heritage site".image copyrightJohn McNeilimage captionAn autumnal Lochwinnoch. John McNeil, from Beith, was there on Friday.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.