Your pictures of Scotland


A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 18 and 25 November. Send your photos to or our Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics.

image copyrightSelina Wagner
image captionThese mountain bikers enjoyed the view from Dumyat on Sunday. Selina Wagner, from Dunblane, said it was "incredible" to see the snow-capped summits of the Trossachs peeking through the cloud.
image copyrightNicola Milligan
image captionNicola Milligan sent in this photo of Duddingston Loch in Holyrood Park.
image copyrightRobert Davidson
image captionNorth Berwick's fireworks display took place on Friday, after being postponed on 5 November. Robert Davidson said you can see the town's seabird centre in the foreground.
image copyrightJoanne Jones
image captionJoanne Jones was dog walking in Kaimend, South Lanarkshire, on a cold and frosty morning.
image copyrightDerek Sime
image captionBeinn Tulaichean and Stob a'Choin. Derek Sime, from Stirling, was there on Sunday.
image copyrightMalcolm Parnell
image captionThe night sky over Old Nenthorn. Malcolm Parnell was there on "a quiet weekend" break from Edinburgh.
image copyrightNelson McFarlane
image captionNelson McFarlane, from Glasgow, was at Loch Lomond on a "very cold" Wednesday.
image copyrightKeith Sully
image captionKeith Sully, from Crieff, spent Sunday afternoon walking along the coastal path and watching Anstruther lifeboat being pulled up the slipway.
image copyrightSharon Thomson
image captionA visitor to Sharon Thomson's garden in Polmont.
image copyrightMartin Kerr
image captionMartin Kerr sent in this photo of Stirling Castle.
image copyrightJennie Macfarlane
image captionJennie Macfarlane was at Greenock docks.
image copyrightAnn Baille
image captionAnn Baille, from Burnhervie, spotted these Icelandic horses.
image copyrightDen McFarlane
image captionA cold River Dee under the suspension bridge at Cambus O'May. Photo by Den McFarlane.
image copyrightDavid Donaldson
image captionNewly-felled trees in Hell's Glen. David Donaldson, from Glasgow, said the temperature reached a chilly -2C on Wednesday.
image copyrightKevin Ferris
image captionKevin Ferris wasn't the only visitor to the shores of Loch Tay, at Kenmore, on Wednesday morning.
image copyrightDavid Perrie
image captionDavid Perrie, from Barrhead, went for a walk along the River Tay in Dunkeld.
image copyrightJim Maguire
image captionA frozen spider's web in King's Park, Glasgow. Photo by Jim Maguire.
image copyrightMoira Parker
image captionSunrise over Stanger Head Battery, Flotta, on Thursday. Moira Parker was in Orkney for work.
image copyrightJohn Lockhart
image captionThe view from Pinnacle Hill looking towards Ae forest and the hills above Moffat. Photo by John Lockhart from Nethermill.
image copyrightMeg McNeill
image captionA flock of knot flew over Culbin Sands. Meg McNeill, from East Kilbride, watched them on Saturday morning.
image copyrightChris Miles
image captionLow cloud inversion over Tomtain in the Kilsyth Hills. Chris Miles, from Airdrie, said light pollution from Central Belt towns was trapped underneath, enabling a clear view of the night sky.
image copyrightKim Bennett
image captionKim Bennett says she is "spoiled with beautiful sunrises" in St Andrews.

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