Your pictures of Scotland: 11 - 18 October
- 19 October 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland from 11 to 18 October.
The railway swing bridge over the Caledonian Canal at Fort William was photographed by Pat Atherton. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
Sculptor Andy Scott's 'Air Spirit' statue in Tullibody was photographed by Graeme Conlan from Alva.
Margaret Forsythe celebrated her 200th dive off the coast of St Abbs. Husband Gary, from Bathgate, was on hand to capture the moment.
The adornments on this gatepost in Brodick, on the Isle of Arran, reminded David Sim, from Livingston, of Davy Jones and his friends from the deep.
Diane Robertson was not the only one who was up early to see the sun rise over Dundee's Lochee Park on Wednesday morning.
Wheels and the odd number plate gave Douglas Taylor, from Glasgow, an idea of what he was looking at on the back of a lorry in Inverurie.
Kevin Coyle, from Glasgow, said the skipper was about to dock on the Isle of Staffa.
Anne Grant, from Giffordtown, was on a croft in Beauly when she saw these engineers hard at work.
Ken le Grice
The falls at Arbirlot, near Arbroath, were photographed by Ken le Grice from Monifieth.
All sorts of customers are served at the petrol pumps in Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan. Photo by Alan Glashan.
A trip to the Enchanted Forest, in Pitlochry, marked Jennifer Eunson's sister Gillian's birthday.
Banavie railway station on Saturday afternoon. Anne Reid was on her way to Glasgow to visit her daughter.
Is the first snow of the season? Derek Manson, from Bearsden, found a vantage point on the old military road to appreciate the view of Loch Duich and Glenelg.
Eva fed the tartan sheep while on a family day out, from Broughty Ferry, to Auchingarrich wildlife park with mum Becky and the rest of the McManus clan.
Sunset over Moray on Saturday. Photo by Kim Grant from Burghead.