Your pictures of Scotland: 6-13 NovemberPublished18 November 2015SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage source, Malcolm Barronimage captionMalcolm Barron, from Aberdour, was at Black Sands in Fife. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org source, Ken Ramsayimage captionA fishing boat surrounded by gulls as it headed towards Troon harbour on Friday. Photo by Ken Ramsay from Elderslie.image source, Colin Bluesimage captionThe River Tay at Dunkeld. Photo by Colin Blues.image source, David Brownlessimage captionA crowd gathered to watch a bonfire in Forres. David Brownless, from Auldearn, was among the spectators.image source, Steve Howardimage captionFour-month-old puppies Fynn and Scout had a tug-of-war over seaweed on Skye's Ashaig beach. Photo by Steve Howard from Derbyshire.image source, Stephen Steinerimage captionStephen Steiner walked through Balbirnie Woods, Markinch.image source, John Hamiltonimage captionThe hills around Ardgarten and Cowal as seen from summit of the Cobbler. John Hamilton was there on Tuesday afternoon.image source, Bruce Cockburnimage captionWater droplets on the last remaining leaves of autumn. Photo by Bruce Cockburn.image source, Caroline Smithimage captionCaroline Smith was in Corpach Basin.image source, Jo Moirimage captionThe Hermitage in Dunkeld. Jo Moir was visiting from Norwich.image source, Syd Thomsonimage captionThe Kelpies illuminated for Remembrance Day. Syd Thomson, from Stenhousemuir, was there on Saturday for a 5K run around Helix Park.image source, Sally Smithimage captionSally Smith, from Dunblane, watched the swollen Allan Water from the town's Faery Bridge.image source, David Elrickimage captionHMS Diamond arrives in Aberdeen harbour. David Elrick said the Royal Navy destroyer was there for Remembrance Day.image source, Douglas MacDowallimage captionDouglas MacDowall went on an evening bike ride in the Pentlands, overlooking Threipmuir Reservoir.image source, Helen McRaeimage captionHelen McRae went home to Sandend Bay.image source, Maria Forrestimage captionThe Garden of Remembrance in Edinburgh. "Thank you", says it all for Maria Forrest from Rosyth.image source, Phil Thompsonimage captionGlow sticks provided 'between fireworks' entertainment in Killearn on Saturday. Photo by Phil Thompson.image source, Claire Traynorimage captionCara splashed in puddles as mum Claire tried to avoid the mud.image source, Pauline Eggermontimage captionPauline Eggermont, from Inverness, described Crovie as: "One of the little atmospheric fishing villages lodged between the mountain and the sea".image source, Glenn and Denise Floreyimage captionGlenn and Denise were on holiday in Arrochar when they saw Ben Lui and Ben More from Beinn Ime.image source, David Youngimage captionSunset over Carlingwark Loch on Saturday. Photo by David Young from Castle Douglas.image source, Hazel and David Simeimage captionThe Falls of Dochart after heavy rain on Tuesday. Hazel and David Sime, from Perth, were there for their anniversary.image source, Paul Cameronimage captionPaul Cameron watched a badger forage for food in Aberdeenshire.image source, Shona Renwicksimage captionA break in the storm over Glasgow on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Shona Renwicks from Airdrie.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.