Your pictures of Scotland: 7 - 14 Oct


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 7 and 14 October. Send your photos to or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightLaura Johnstone
image captionTara and Maisie enjoyed the sunrise at Ardmore Point, Helensburgh.
image copyrightScott McLucas-Paton
image captionScott McLucas-Paton watched the sun come up from The Old Man of Storr on Skye on Tuesday morning. "Not a soul in sight," he said.
image copyrightAlec Farmer
image captionAlec Farmer was doing a "dawn dash" from Glen Affric to Glasgow when the sun rose over Glencoe. "Not a bad commute," he said.
image copyrightJack Alston
image captionThis cormorant was spotted on the River Clyde near New Lanark by Jack Alston.
image copyrightShona Penfold
image captionShona Penfold and Iona MacKinnon enjoyed a lovely walk to the Fairy Bridge by Appin.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionEric Niven said he spotted his "bonnie wee frog" in Glen Lyon, near the Bridge of Balgie.
image copyrightWilliam Ormiston
image captionThis picture of pink-footed geese arriving on the Forth Estuary was taken by William Ormiston.
image copyrightTrevor McIntosh
image captionTrevor McIntosh, from Lossiemouth, said he took this picture while walking on the west beach.
image copyrightKenny Maclean
image captionKenny Maclean said he built a "wee Inuit man" during a tip to Talmine beach in Tongue with Karen and Anguish-the-retriever.
image copyrightAmin Baamoudi
image captionGerman holidaymakers Amin Baamoudi and his girlfriend, Lena, were on Skye when they spotted this sheep on the wrong side of a fence.
image copyrightRoderick Leitch
image captionRoderick Leitch says this is his best photograph of Aisla Craig.
image copyrightD A NICOL
image captionDavid Nicol, of Stonehaven, photographed this dog going flat out on St Cyrus beach.
image copyrightAndy Inglis
image captionBrighter Hope was pictured at low tide on the River Leven by Andy Inglis.
image copyrightLiz Troy
image caption"This little fellow looked like he was smiling at me while I was walking in Strathclyde park, Motherwell," said Liz Troy.
image copyrightEilidh McHale
image captionEilidh McHale said she had a "fantastic morning" with a group of alpacas taking part in the Countryfile ramble in aid of Children in Need in the Scottish Borders.
image copyrightMichael Diamond
image captionThis is a "shroom with a view", says Michael Diamond. He took the picture at Hallaig on Raasay.
image copyrightAlex Laurenson
image captionAlex Laurenson and his partner, Judy, took a stroll up Ben Ledi in Perthshire on Sunday.
image copyrightNatasha Purves
image captionThis squirrel was spotted eating a nut in the Botanics, Edinburgh, by Natasha Purves
image copyrightNorrie Adamson
image captionNorrie Adamson, of Balmullo, Fife, photographed Eilean Donan Castle on his way home from a break on Skye. "I could submit dozens of photos," he said.
image copyrightAndy Leonard
image captionAndy Leonard took this picture at Loch Muick, near Braemar. "By chance the deer appeared, roaring to its competitors, on the hillside with the moon rising behind it," he said.
image copyrightNeill Whitside
image captionNeill Whitside took this striking photograph on the shore near Hopetoun House, outside Edinburgh.

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