27 September 2013
Last updated at 05:07 ET
William Thom's house, in Kirkliston, as it appeared through raindrops on the washing line. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
The Ryder Cup train headed for Gleneagles. Keith McLean, from Dunblane, saw it pass over the River Allan at Laighills.
Michael prepared to abseil down Barns Ness lighthouse in East Lothian, as dad Wull Taylor, from Pencaitland, looked on.
Ken Ross, from Inverness, was on the Isle of Bute when he came across these brambles.
A trip in a hot air balloon, around Perthshire, rounded off celebrations for a "big" birthday for Janet Parker from Largs.
Sculptures, by Rob Mulholland, in Loch Earn near St Fillans. Kim Bennett, from Cupar, liked how they reflect their surrounding environment.
A "babycino" was the order of the day for Paul Gilzean, from Burntisland, and his granddaughter.
Autumn equinox seemed an appropriate moment to reflect on the good summer. Michael Diamond, from Aberdeen, was on the city's beach looking at the harbour control tower.
A hoverfly enjoyed the crocuses in Jim Beck's garden in Milngavie.
Forvie national nature reserve saw 23C at the weekend. Photo by Bert Timmermans from Aberdeen.
Sunset over Canty Bay near North Berwick. Photo by Andrew Wong from Broxburn.
Gannets on Bass Rock were photographed by Helen Wade from Seattle, Washington.
Colours of autumn on display in Paisley. Photo by Lakshmi Sinnanchetty from Glasgow.
A view from the A832 along Glen Docherty, Kinlochewe, and on to Loch Maree. Dave and Hazel Hambidge, from Kenmore, spotted the haar over the water.
A temperature inversion at the Kessock Bridge meant Inverness was completely obscured. Photo by Eric Skea from North Kessock.