Your pictures of Scotland: 27 October - 3 November

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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 27 October - 3 November. Send your photos to scotlandpictures@bbc.co.uk or via Instagram at #bbcscotlandpics

image copyrightGordie Bain
image captionInverness looks stunning in this photograph, which was taken by Gordie Bain an hour before sunrise.
image copyrightBarry Folan
image captionAnother early morning shot - this one shows the first snow on the Monadhliath mountains. Barry Folan snapped this from Kingussie.
image copyrightJanet MacLeod
image captionJanet MacLeod, from Oban, took this amazing picture of a "monarch in the making" during a drive down Glen Etive.
image copyrightArek
image captionArek, from Aberdeen, reckons this road he photographed on a trip to Loch Ness looks better than Route 66.
image copyrightKathryne Lorimer
image captionKathryne Lorimer spotted this remarkable ram at the Mull of Kintyre.
image copyrightArran Sulley
image captionArran Sulley from Dundee was lucky to catch this rainbow during a trip to Arisaig.
image copyrightGemma Rosa
image captionWee Bonnie the dog is "diggin' the Halloween vibe", says Gemma Rosa, from Glasgow
image copyrightDavid Walker
image captionDavid Walker, of Aberdeenshire, says storm conditions produced algal foam at Cullen beach.
image copyrightKen McArthur
image captionA squirrel enjoying the last of the day's sun in Glasgow's Botanic Gardens - photographed by Ken McArthur
image copyrightPatrick Buchanan
image captionAn impressive photo of the city skyline, taken by 81-year-old Patrick Buchanan during a trip up the Glasgow tower.
image copyrightKirsty Rolland
image captionKirsty Rolland, from Inverness, took this photo of the sun breaking through the clouds over Torridon while climbing Beinn Alligin.
image copyrightMaurice Mitchell
image captionIs it asleep? Maurice Mitchell spotted this mandarin duck at the Walker dam near his home in Aberdeen.
image copyrightLeia Kane
image caption"There's no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate gear," says Leia Kane. She spent the weekend surfing and cycling with friends in Tiree.
image copyrightDavid Harrower
image captionDavid Harrower, of Livingston, spent a lovely day walking through Polkemmet Country Park, Whitburn, with his wife.
image copyrightEric Niven
image captionMore autumnal colours in this picture of Loch Faskally, taken by Eric Niven as he stopped for a cup of tea.
image copyrightGraeme Mackay
image captionThe sun was beginning to set when Graeme Mackay took this atmospheric picture of a field near Crail. He was staying in a nearby glamping tent.
image copyrightMary Thomson
image captionThis swan came to see what Mary Thomson was doing as she tried to snap a photograph of the sunset over Forfar loch.
image copyrightMark Harkin
image captionPaisley Halloween Festival featured a performance by these brightly-lit drummers last Friday. Picture by Mark Harkin, of Clydebank.
image copyrightGraham Paton
image captionMore Halloween celebrations - this was taken on Edinburgh's High Street by Graham Paton.

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