Your pictures of Scotland: 20-27 NovemberPublished3 December 2015Shareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, Mike RitchieImage caption, Loch Lyon from the peak of Meall Ghaordaidh. Mike Ritchie was there on Sunday. Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.orgImage source, Chirag DedhiaImage caption, Does snow grow on trees? Looks like it in Chirag Dedhia's photo taken near Bridge of Don.Image source, Lucy ConwayImage caption, Lucy Conway, from the Isle of Eigg, was on the West Highland train line as it crossed the Glenfinnan viaduct on Saturday.Image source, Stewart Paul Image caption, A moorhen and its offspring in Aden Park, Mintlaw. Stewart Paul, from Cruden Bay, said seeing them was the highlight of his woodland walk.Image source, Craig KirkwoodImage caption, These roses continue to blossom in Broughty Ferry. The end is nigh says Craig Kirkwood.Image source, Mike and Linda Hemming Image caption, A train passes over the River Leven in Dumbarton. Mike and Linda Hemming, from Wellington in Shropshire, were on their way to the Isle of Skye for a holiday.Image source, Marc HiltonImage caption, Marc Hilton, from Ullapool, took this photo of the town's harbour from the Braes.Image source, Douglas TaylorImage caption, Preparations for the festive season are underway in George Square. Photo by Douglas Taylor from Glasgow.Image source, Judith CrowImage caption, The view from Judith Crow's window in Wick, at 15:45, shows that winter is on its way.Image source, Sylvia BeaumontImage caption, A herd of Exmoor ponies near North Berwick Law, East Lothian. Photo by Sylvia Beaumont from North Berwick.Image source, Steve MorleyImage caption, Elaina descended Beinn Ime on Sunday. Steve Morley, from Stevenston, said it was treacherous underfoot.Image source, Neil MacNeillImage caption, A couple are silhouetted by the moon over Arthur's Seat on Sunday evening. Photo by Neil MacNeill from Edinburgh.Image source, Derek SimeImage caption, A view of Ben Lomond from Ben Vorlich. Derek Sime, from Stirling, was there on Sunday.Image source, Beth DaviesImage caption, Sunday afternoon was the perfect time to throw stones into Loch Etive with mum Beth Davies from Oban.Image source, Brian HughesImage caption, Lanark Loch on a still wintry day. Photo by Brian Hughes.Image source, Gerry Timoney Image caption, Noah went for a walk with Gerry Timoney along Tombain, near Grantown on Spey.Image source, Pamela CruickshanksImage caption, The first snow of winter did not deter Anster Haddies running club from an outing in the Pentlands. Photo by Pamela Cruickshanks from Lundin Links.Image source, Miles GrayImage caption, Sunrise over Black Mount on Sunday. Miles Gray, from Leith, surveyed the scene from Lochan na h-Achlaise, Rannoch Moor.Image source, Andrew McCubbinImage caption, A short-eared owl rested on Andrew McCubbin's gate near Kinglassie, Fife, before flying off.Image source, Philippa RobinsonImage caption, Philippa Robinson had this view of Rannoch Moor from the summit of Meall a'Bhuiridh.Image source, Jim SlossImage caption, Jim Sloss visited Culross pier on Sunday.Image source, Ian BowieImage caption, Ian Bowie was on the summit of Beinn a'Chrulaiste overlooking Glencoe and Glen Etive.More on this storySend us your pictures28 June 2019Related Internet LinksBBC Scotland News FacebookThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.