Your pictures of Scotland: 13-20 NovemberPublishedduration20 November 2015SharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightRosalyn Raymentimage captionRosalyn Rayment, from Cumbria, went on a day trip from Fort William to the Ardnamurchan area on Saturday. Send your pictures to email@example.com copyrightGeraldine Fraserimage captionGeraldine Fraser was at Loch Ard.image copyrightDavid MacMillanimage captionThe victims of the Paris terror attacks were remembered when McCaig's Tower was illuminated in the colours of the French flag. Photo by David MacMillan from Oban.image copyrightGeorgina Lynchimage captionGeorgina Lynch, from Coaltown of Wemyss, strolled along Lady's Walk, Fife.image copyrightAngeline Perryimage captionA flooded River Forth and the Wallace Monument. Photo by Angeline Perry from Stenhousemuir.image copyrightMike Greigimage captionBlack Water River, Little Garve,. Mike Greig, from Nairn, was there on Sunday.image copyrightEileen McBride image captionEileen McBride, from Glasgow, liked these patterns on a wet path at the city's Botanic Gardens.image copyrightRoy Macintyreimage captionRoy Macintyre, from Cupar, flew over Inverkeithing and the three Forth Bridges.image copyrightEwan Batchelorimage captionNative woodland is being replanted near Loch Ghriama in the Highlands. Photo by Ewan Batchelor from Cawdor.image copyrightCheryl Morrisonimage captionEven the leaves at Edinburgh Zoo entertained Lucy who was there during a family trip with mum Cheryl Morrison, from Rosyth.image copyrightGary Hodgsonimage captionThe summit of Cairn Lochan, in the Cairngorms, on Saturday. Gary Hodgson, from Aviemore, thinks it is the start of winter.image copyrightLeonard Lowimage captionLeonard Low, from Glasgow, was in the city's Queen's Park.image copyrightAnna Mehtaimage captionA double rainbow appeared over The Hydro, in Glasgow, on Thursday afternoon. Photo by Anna Mehta.image copyrightLauren Kellyimage captionLauren Kelly, from Glasgow, visited the Isle of Seil.image copyrightNatalie Irvingimage captionNatalie Irving, from West Lothian, was on holiday in Dornie around Eilean Donan Castle.image copyrightFraser Stewartimage captionThe Lecht took on the appearance of winter. Fraser Stewart said the snow made it difficult to see sheep on the road.image copyrightJim Murrayimage captionJim Murray visited Monikie Country Park.image copyrightChris Longimage captionSunrise over Ellon, Aberdeenshire, on Friday morning. Photo by Chris Long.image copyrightMichael McConvilleimage captionA flooded island in the River Clyde, on the edge of Strathclyde Park. Michael McConville, from Motherwell, was there on Sunday.image copyrightHoganimage captionHogan, from Penicuik, spotted redshanks in Musselburgh Lagoons.image copyrightArchie Hamiltonimage captionA gap in the clouds over Buchanan Street on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Archie Hamilton from Glasgow.image copyrightDavid Donaldsonimage captionA waterfall above the Drovers Inn at Inverarnan. Photo by David Donaldson from Glasgow.image copyrightAlan Pottingerimage captionScott's View as seen by Alan Pottinger from Edinburgh.Related TopicsPhotographyMore on this storySend us your pictures of ScotlandPublished28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.