Your pictures of Scotland: 25 October - 1 November
- 1 November 2013
- From the section Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland between 25 October and 1 November.
David Mair and son Gavin, from Loch Maben, walked a return route from Kinlochbervie to Sandwood Bay. Photo sent in by David Mair. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
An autumnal colour chart in Newtonmore. Colin MacPhail said the local shinty team play here.
New Lanark was photographed by Andrew Bryden after a long walk on "a beautiful autumnal day".
Sunrise over Carrbridge. Owen Cochrane had stopped on the A9 while driving to Glasgow for a rugby game that his side won.
Dogs waited patiently for their owner to return from the supermarket. Alex McLaren, from Coventry, had stopped off in Ellon.
Mike said a shower of rain was followed by a deluge in Maxwell Park, Glasgow, on Sunday.
Amy Ottway, from Oxfordshire, celebrated completing a Munro on the summit of Beinn na Lap with friends and family.
The Aurora Borealis as seen from North Uist. Ruairidh Macdonald, from Lochmaddy, said the lights shone brightly after the rain cleared.
Gordon and Elizabeth Bennett, from East Kilbride, walked through Rouken Glen Park at the weekend.
Inveraray on Saturday morning. Keith Anderson, from Cumbernauld, was on his way to Lochgilphead.
Murray and Euan prepared for Halloween with the help of dad Keith Johnstone from Linlithgow.
Abandoned boats on the Isle of Mull. Lenny Webster, from Stonehaven, was showing friends from Trinidad the sights of Scotland.
Uig Bay on the Isle of Skye. Claire Sheriff, from Dunblane, was on holiday and stopped at Fraser's Folly to capture the scene.
Boy scouts, in Balfron, attempted to find their shoes in the dark using only the light from glow sticks as a guide. Photo by Phil Thomson.
Jamie Paterson, from Glasgow, got into the spirit of Halloween in Central Station.