Your pictures of Scotland

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 11 and 18 November. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

Image source, Paul Ewing
Image caption, Paul Ewing kicks off our photo gallery with this tranquil scene - the forth bridges at dawn.
Image source, Sally Anderson
Image caption, Sally Anderson was on a landscape photography course in Glencoe when she took this stunning picture of "one of the most photographed mountains in Scotland".
Image source, Alison McCrae
Image caption, Alison McCrae took this photograph during an early morning walk along Aberdeen beach while she was in the city visiting her sister and niece.
Image source, Charles McGuigan
Image caption, This young stag looks like he's posing for Charles McGuigan's camera in front of Etive Mhor.
Image source, Calum Murray
Image caption, Calum Murray, 14, took this picture of his younger brother, Fraser, playing in leaves in Livingston.
Image source, Margaret Squires
Image caption, Margaret Squires said she spotted these hardy souls enjoying a chilly early morning dip in the old swimming pool on St Andrews castle beach.
Image source, John Cannon
Image caption, John Cannon enjoyed a walk with friends to Coulter reservoir in South Lanarkshire following the first significant fall of snow this week.
Image source, Subhranil Bhadra
Image caption, The colourful Diwali street parade along Princes Street in Edinburgh was photographed by Subhranil Bhadra.
Image source, Gordon Millar
Image caption, Gordon Millar sent in this photograph of the River Doon in Ayr, with the Brig o Doon in the distance.
Image source, Adrian Plumb
Image caption, Adrian Plumb travelled to Gullane in East Lothian to see a large flock of waxwings. He said he found about 22 of them flying in and out of a church graveyard, feeding on rowan berries.
Image source, Alan Mauchline
Image caption, Alan Mauchline found this magnificent beast near Fort William. Ben Nevis is in the background.
Image source, Iona Keil
Image caption, Where does the sky end and the water begin? Iona Keil took this striking picture of Loch Linnhe.
Image source, Katie Noble
Image caption, More animals happy to pose for the camera. Katie Noble photographed these Shetland ponies on Unst in Shetland.
Image source, Roma Sim
Image caption, Roma Sim sent us this photograph of Tony the Labrador.
Image source, Sam Potter
Image caption, Sam Potter, from Drumoig, Fife, travelled to Murrayfield to see Scotland take on Australia on Saturday.
Image source, Morris Macleod
Image caption, Morris Macleod spotted this grey heron on the banks of the Glen River, Stornoway.
Image source, Elliott Mazs
Image caption, Elliott Mazs, from Airdrie, took Zak the puppy out for an autumnal walk.
Image source, Darren McArdle
Image caption, We received dozens of photographs of the supermoon this week. Darren McArdle took this one from the east end of Glasgow.
Image source, Doreen Fechlie
Image caption, Paisley Abbey was lit up when the town's Christmas lights were switched on. Doreen Fechlie captured the vibrant colours on camera.
Image source, Keith Fraser
Image caption, Another supermoon - this one was taken by Keith Fraser, with Urquhart Castle by Loch Ness in the foreground.

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