Your pictures of Scotland
- 11 October 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures taken across Scotland between 4 and 11 October.
Robert Burt, from Edinburgh, caught sunshine and showers in Windsor Street. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Dave and Hazel Hambidge
Dave and Hazel Hambidge, from North Staffordshire, were on holiday around Loch Torridon. They said this 95-year-old building, in Shieldaig, closed on 29 September. Demolition has begun to make way for a replacement in 2014.
Relaxing by Carnoustie golf course. Photo by Andrew Brophy from Hamilton.
A river near Johnny Bate's house in Glenrothes.
An early salmon making the run up the River Almond. Photo by Michael Storie from Perth.
The Aurora Borealis over Broad Bay on the Isle of Lewis. David Mackinnon watched the light show from Melbost beach.
A pyramid or Lochend colliery, near Limerigg, in North Lanarkshire? Brian Cairns, from Coatbridge, found a vantage point along a right of way at Bedlormie near Blackridge.
A brightly coloured Kelburn Castle was photographed by Sylvia Watson from Kilmarnock.
Fraser and Elizabeth Barton visited Glenfinnan while on holiday from British Columbia, Canada. Photo sent in by Fraser's brother Christopher.
Thea and Naomi visited a farm in Dumfries and Galloway with dad Dave Harris from Edinburgh.
Sunset over Waverley station and North Bridge in Edinburgh. Photo by Colin Myers.
Part of a stained glass window in Scotland Street School. John Hughes, from Motherwell, thought it was a fine example of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's work.
The summit of Sgur nan Gillean on the Isle of Skye. William Anderson, originally from Edinburgh but who lives in London, said it was: "A beautiful day with views for miles to see Torridon, Applecross and the Inner Hebrides."
Ivy which has changed colour with the seasons. Stewart McConnell, from Cleland, was in Edinburgh.
Mal Young, from Newstead, photographed the Leaderfoot Viaduct near Melrose.